Tre Savage speaks on being Webbie’s son, issues with Boosie movie, reality show with Webbie, Tootie Raw

Tre Savage is making a name for himself with the release of his debut project ‘Still Me’ which released this past summer. He is also Baton Rouge rapper Webbie’s oldest son. During a sit down conversation with Lalaa Shepard on The Progress Report, Tre Savage discusses what it was like growing up Webbie’s son, looking up to Boosie, rumored ‘Gangsta Muzik 2’ with Boosie’s son Tootie Raw, Reality TV Show with Webbie, and more!

Pothead Genius, Cannabis Lifestyle Brand and Backwoods Atlanta Present: The Genius Social Event

Pothead Genius, a Cannabis lifestyle Brand and Backwoods Atlanta have teamed up to bring the local cannabis community a new event on Saturday nights right in the heart of Atlanta. “The Genius Social” is a safe place for hippies and stoners alike to vibe, eat great food, shop with local vendors and network with other like-minded people. The Progress Report Podcast’s DJ Exel is set to provide the music alongside LaLaa Shepard who will host the event.

“The Genius Social is a safe space for hippies, stoners, and cannabis enthusiasts. It’s a social experience centered around good energy and even better people. It’s a vibe that you have to experience. Pothead Genius the brand works to debunk the stigma that Potheads aren’t geniuses!”, Ashley of Pothead Genius states.

Click the link below to purchase tickets and be sure to save the date!

October 16th, 2021

140 Walker Street Southwest
Atlanta, GA 30313

6:30PM — 9:30PM

Rich Homie Quan talks about getting kidnapped by Gucci for 3 days, Bow Wow influence, Young Thug new music

“I’m back dropping music, nothing is holding me down, I’m back to telling my story”

In a new edition of Conversations with Lalaa, Lalaa Shepard catches up with Atlanta native Rich Homie Quan to speak about his come up doing open mics, his first big break with “Type of Way”, hating his most popular song to date, “Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)”,

changes in the music industry since 2013, fatherhood, and more. 


YSL Unfoonk ‘My Struggle’ VLOG + interview

Unfoonk is just a day away from releasing his third highly anticipated project, ‘My Struggle’. For those not familiar with Unfoonk, he is Young Thug’s older blood brother and he appeared on YSL’s ‘Slime Langauge 2’ on “Real” and “Mob Ties” Remix. During a special edition of The Progress Report, Lalaa Shepard and DJ eXeL catch up with Unfoonk as they reminisce on giving him his first interview after being released from prison for serving 11 years. 

“Every day I thank God for allowing me to give my life story” (Unfoonk)

Unfoonk speaks on how his life has changed since the success of “Real”, hardships adjusting to fame, raising 2 daughters, criticism and advice from Young Thug, work ethic, and his upcoming tour with Yak Gotti. 

“Treat me regular, I don’t want to be treated like a celebrity” (Unfoonk)

‘My Struggle’ is set to release June 18th with features from Future, Young Thug, Lil Keed, G Herbo and more.

Shiggy & JuneBug speak on Drake, SpotemGotEm, Bobby Shmurda, life before fame, acting

“Instagram made me make something of myself” ~ Shiggy 

Shiggy and JuneBug are arguably 2 of the biggest influencers of the culture as they impacted the world with their dances and great energy. Shiggy known for his “Shiggy challenge”, rose to stardom in 2018 when his dance went viral and even landed him a cameo in Drake’s “In My Feelings” music video. JuneBug went viral in 2021 after creating the “JuneBug challenge” and helping skyrocket SpotEmGotEm’s “Beat Box” song. On a new episode of The Progress Report Podcast, Shiggy and JuneBug discuss their upcoming dance battle, life before becoming famous, Bobby Shmurda influence, not getting paid from artists, dating life, and everything in between! 

“The dude I was in Highschool, I didn’t dance at all” ~ JuneBug

Zed Zilla speaks on his relationship with Yo Gotti, the current CMG roster, new Memphis vs OGs

Zed Zilla AKA the South Memphis landlord chops it up with Lalaa Shepard in a new edition of Conversations with Lalaa about coming up in Memphis, Tennessee, growing up around Playa Fly, DJ Paul, Gangsta Blac, mixtapes, CMG, Yo Gotti relationship, his relationships with other Memphis rappers, and new project ‘Eviction Notice’.

Gudda Gudda speaks on supporting Wayne through Birdman fallout, says B.G. might be free, Sqad Up

New Orleans rapper Gudda Gudda opens up in his first interview in years with Lalaa Shepard in a new edition of Conversations with Lalaa presented by The Progress Report. During the virtual interview, Gudda Gudda speaks on his hiatus from music, new project ‘7 Slugs’, and credits Lil Wayne, Hot Boyz, Juvenile, Soulja Slim, Dipset, The Lox, The Game, and Snoop as some of his musical influences. Gudda Gudda also speaks on his first time meeting Lil Wayne, forming Sqad Up, Cash Money, Young Money early days, and hints that B.G. might actually be free. Gudda Gudda also recalls supporting Lil Wayne through his public feud with Birdman and surviving Hurricane Katrina and COVID.

Lil Jay talks forming Crime Mob, Diamond and Princess falling out, “Juju on the Beat” sampling “Knuck if you Buck”

On a new edition of Conversations with Lalaa presented by The Progress Report, Lil Jay of Crime Mob tells the story of forming Ellenwood Area, Georgia (Atlanta) based group Crime Mob. The Hip Hop/ Crunk group created notable records such as “Knuck if you Buck”, “Stilettos”, “Rock Yo Hips”, “Circles”, and released 2 studio albums, ‘Crime Mob’ and ‘Hated On Mostly’. 

During the interview, Lil Jay details growing up with his sister Princess and how she and Diamond weren’t originally supposed to be a part of Crime Mob. Lil Jay was influenced musically by the likes of Three6Mafia, Lil Jon, Oomp Camp, Master P, and Pastor Troy and Lil Jay admits to making “Knuck if you Buck”, a song that would forever change his life, on a demo version of a Windows 95 program then he eventually converted to Fruity Loops. “Knuck if you Buck” would later go on to be sampled by several mainstream artists such as King Von, Lil Wayne, and the viral “Juju on the Beat” song. Lil Jay also discusses his intimate relationship with Diamond and how her on and off again relationship with Princess would eventually lead to the demise of Crime Mob. 

Crime Mob fans should be excited to know that there MAY be an upcoming third studio album, if everyone can get on the same page.

Montana Da Mac talks hiatus from music, Get Rich Clique with Bankroll Fresh, Gucci’s work ethic in the early 2000s

Montana Da Mac is an artist from East Atlanta. He is known for his hit records “Rock On” with DJ Unk and “Girls Gone Wild” with Stuey Rock. He got his start in the early 2000s as a member of the Get Rich Clique with Bankroll Fresh and they produced “Bunny Hop” which allowed them to tour as teenagers in Highschool. In a new episode of The Progress Report Podcast, Montana Da Mac speaks on his come up in the music industry, attending almost every Highschool in Atlanta, bad contracts, the status of his relationship with Gucci Mane, his intimate relationship with Bankroll Fresh, and his upcoming project, ‘The Other One’.

Tokyo Jetz addresses George Floyd comments, motherhood, T.I. support, missing her tech job

Tokyo Jetz is a female artist from Jacksonville, Florida signed to T.I. On her first appearance on The Progress Report Podcast, Tokyo speaks on her upbringing, gaining popularity through her freestyle videos, her old job as an Apple technician, T.I.’s reaction to hearing she was pregnant, ‘Cancel Culture’ upcoming project inspired by true events, Curren$y, working through COVID, and advice to other women.

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