In a recent interview with The Progress Report, Khujo of Goodie Mob speaks on coming up in Atlanta and the south influencing Hip Hop. Khujo details his extensive relationship with Outkast and states that Andre 3000 is planning to release new music soon. Khujo also speaks on the shift in the music business from the 90s, early 2000s, and now and appreciates rappers such as MoneyBagg Yo, Gunna Young Dolph, and Lil Yachty. Goodie Mob is approaching the 23rd year anniversary of their debut release, Soul Food and plan to go on tour next month with Erykah Badu. In addition to pushing out new music, Khujo is a father to 4 boys and is heavily involved with his community and commends Major Keisha Bottoms on her commitment to excellence in the city of Atlanta.
Social media sensation, LightSkinKeisha speaks about her come up as an artist and entertainer in a recent interview with The Progress Report. Born and raised in Decatur, GA, Keisha has been around music since she was young but didn’t take her career serious until recently. She currently works with LA Reid and has new music on the way with BlocBoy JB, Trina, and MoneyBagg Yo. During the interview, LightSkinKeisha speaks about balancing keeping her fans satisfied with content, love life, womanhood and offers tips for entrepreneurs.
Bases Loaded Records artist, Uno Savage AKA Demon Child recently stopped by The Progress Report to address his issues with Trippie Redd, defines the words “savage” and “progress”, Atlanta rappers influence on the culture and freestyles. Stay tuned for Uno Savage’s King Savage mixtape which is expected to release this Fall.
19-year-old Skott Visuals is a self-taught videographer and photographer from East Atlanta. He is known for his imagery with the new Atlanta artists such as BlueFaceBally, Hoodrich Pablo Juan Yung Mal, Lil Quill, Big35oz, Lotto Savage, Loso Loaded, Gunna, Young Thug, Lil Baby, and Trill Sammy. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, Scott Visuals discusses his tips for entrepreneurship, progression, and embracing constructive criticism.
Grammy winner, producer, singer, and songwriter, Tasha Catour recently stopped by The Progress report to speak on her Atlanta roots, motherhood, advantages and disadvantages of being a woman in the music business and the importance of riding your wave. Tasha Catour is known for creating hits for Tinashe, Future, KeKe Palmer, Joe Gifted, Tokyo Vanity, Yung Nudy, Miss Mulatto, BbyMutha, and even has a placement on the new season of HBO’s Insecure.
Big36oz hails from the Westside of Atlanta and just delivered his 3rd body of work, ‘BrickFair’ last month. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, Big36oz recalls his first song with Future, major recognition in Atlanta, pros and cons of being an independent artist and his brother recently being released from prison after serving a 15 year sentence.
“I’m used to controversy, the area and hood that I come from and when everything’s going smooth, it doesn’t feel real sometimes.” ~ G Perico
South Central’s own G Perico recently visited Atlanta, GA to shoot the visual to his upcoming single produced by Ear Drummer, 30 Rock. While on set, G Perico spoke to The Progress Report about his infamous jheri curl, So Way Out movement, collab mixtape with Curren$y and fatherhood.
Songstress Natasha Mosley recently stopped by The Progress Report to speak about her newest project, ‘Live Forever’, growing up in the church and creating secular music, relationship status, and history in the music business.
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“Catch Me If You Can” was produced by Kato On The Track, who is currently teamed up/touring with Jarren Benton (Roc Nation) and has produced for artists such as Tory Lanez, Wu-Tang, B.o.B and more.
“The song was all just a vibe. I remember coming in and hearing it and then free-styling a flow. From there the lyrics came together and killed off the verse. Shit was so long ago I’m hype for the new shit I have to put out in the future.”