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.
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.
The Progress Report is back with their 2nd annual stage featuring the hottest artists on the come up! Last year’s performers included Snap Dogg, Yung Mal, Lil Quill, Street Money Boochie, Drugrixh Peso, Fasscoupe, BayBay FDW, and the legendary OJ Da Juiceman. The event also featured guest appearances from hit producers Dun Deal, 2-17, & Shawty Fresh. Come experience the energy with us in the music enriched city of Atlanta, Sunday, October 7th at 7 PM.
Eearz is a rapper signed to Mike Will Made It’, EarDrummers and is originally from San Diego, California. He was raised in Georgia and first met Mike Will in high school. During a recent interview with The Progress Report, Eearz speaks about life coming full circle, getting his name from his childhood appearance, and announces his upcoming single which will release September 14th off his upcoming album, Everlasting Eternity.
Greensboro, North Carolina is a college town full of talent, history, and soul. Thursday night, R&B crooner, J Harris, and Hip Hop duo, Likk Gang hosted an intimate listening event for their new projects presented by Multi Mogul Media & Orchard Sony at the W on Elm.
J Harris performed music from his new release, Last of a Dying Breedshowcasing his versatility and range which is a 12 track upbeat, sexy project and the follow up to his EP, Narcotic that released in 2016.
Music is in J Harris’ DNA as he has been performing on major stages and local talent shows since the age of 8. In addition to recording and releasing music, J Harris is the proud owner of his own company, House of Hitz Music Group.
Jaze Guevara of Likk Gang held it down for the duo as the second member, B Rude is currently incarcerated. Their debut project, Savagery lives up to its name as the 13 track body of work features hardcore raps over bass loaded production.
Likk Gang’s single, “One Night & Break” is currently in radio rotation and they are known in their city for hosting NCAA March Madness basketball games.
The listening event featured home-cooked catered food, various vendors, and tastemakers from surrounding areas and was hosted by Dely Te of 97.1 QMG and sounds were provided by DJ J Flex of 102 FM Jamz.
Both projects released at midnight Friday, August 31st to all streaming sites and visuals will be releasing in the next coming weeks.
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.
Yolo Ru is originally from the small islands of Trinidad and Tobago. At the age of 14 Yolo Ru moved to do United States with his mom and two of the siblings. As a stand out athlete, Yolo got a scholarship to go play football in college.
While in college Yolo’s little brother Koon was facing some legal trouble. Koon was placed on house arrest while awaiting trial for murder charge. While on house arrest Koon explored his passion for music.
Yolo And Koon began making songs together in their moms garage. No heat, no AC just the pure love for music and trying to better themselves. One day while recording this song, the police arrested Koon downtown as he was awaiting trail and eventually was given seven years. Meanwhile Yolo vowed that he would never lose focus and he would make sure when his brother returned everybody know them and their music.
While incarcerated, Koon kept in contact and allowed Yolo to push his music as hard as he can. Yolo later learned how to mix and record himself and started recoding non stop. Yolo is described as more straight forward and in ya face And Koon is more silent and clever but together the form the group know as Ru Gang AKA Remember Us Entertainment
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.