MPR Tito is a rapper from East Atlanta signed to Hoodrich Pablo Juan’s Money Power Respect label. In a new interview with The Progress Report, MPR Tito speaks on his first day out of prison and spending his most recent birthday at the Rolling Loud Music Festival with Gucci Mane and Asian Doll. MPR Tito also speaks about his upcoming mixtape, Eat Ya Faxe and the success of his debut mixtape, Rixh Blxxd.
Fasscoupe is a movement from Boston who recently released their third project, ‘Hood Mascot’ and just toured with Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Yung Mal & Lil Quill on the MONY POWR RSPT Tour. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, 1/2 of Fasscoupe speaks about the independent hustle, legal issues, unreleased music with Gucci Mane, and addresses Boston rap scene and Boston artists, Cousin Stizz, Joyner Lucus, and BIA.
“If you ain’t taking over your own city, its gonna be hard to take over Atlanta”
Scotty ATL is a multi-faceted entrepreneur from the Eastside of Atlanta. During an interview with The Progress Report, Scotty ATL discusses growing up in Atlanta, falling in love with music, new single, “Rachet” produced by Tasha Catour, smoking preference, Cool Club collective label, relationship with the late Bankroll Fresh & more.
Producer & CEO of The Remedy Productions Group, Dun Deal On The Track is known for producing hit records, “Stoner” for Young Thug, “Hannah Montana” for Migos, “She Twerkin” for Ca$hOut, and many others. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, Dun Deal spoke about longevity in the music business and references Migos’ career and introduces his new artist, BlueFaceBally. BlueFaceBally is originally from New York but was raised in East Atlanta. He has 2 projects out, Blue Face Trip and Overly High and a single with Gunna called “Porshe”.
Gudda Tay is a producer from East Atlanta. He got his start back in 2005 and rose to fame in 2017 with his production on Blessed Lil Bastards which was the debut mixtape from Gucci Man’s artists, Yung Mal & Lil Quill. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, Gudda Tay speaks on his production formula, personal life, Yung Mal & Lil Quill ’Blessed Lil Bastards 3’ release date, and upcoming album, Str8 Out Da Pot.
Today, Noisey released the newest episode of “The People Vs.” where artists read and respond to YouTube comments from their hit music videos. After 50 Cent, Cardi B and Migos before him, it’s 6lack‘s turn to take on the internet trolls for his single “Prblms.”
During this short episode, the rising star apologetically responds to comments from everything about his hair to not looking like Ski Mask The Slump God. 6lack addresses the confusion with his hair choice and explains that his “freedom locks” are symbolic to strength. Additionally, he goes into detail about what it was like shooting a music video with a bear and mentions that its more fun to be happy than being emotional and dark. Lastly, with a mix of intense and hilarious responses, 6lack touches on comments of him looking like Ski Mask The Slump God and the moose from Zootopia. “If I was like a frail person or a fragile person I would really have to like pull up on people.”
Rising rapper, Mookie Mardigra speaks about coming from Glenwood, Decatur (Atlanta, GA), new mixtape “No Cap” hosted by DJ Scream, longtime relationship with 21 Savage and cutting off friends in a new interview with The Progress Report.
Last month we linked with Chicago artist Lud Foe while he was in NYC and got a chance to sit down with him in the studio. We got to hear some new music and also conducted a dope interview. Lud talked with us about new music, the streets, giving back to the youth, and more. He also opened up to us about the death rate in Chicago and how he doesn’t think anything will ever stop the violence.