Sunday, August 19, 2018

Lotto Savage: “Someone Can Do A Song With You And Not Actually F*ck With You” [The Progress Report]

As Bases Loaded Records artist Lotto Savage is gearing up for the release of his upcoming mixtape, ‘Georgia Lottery’, the Zone 4 rapper recently stopped by The Progress Report to speak about his relationships with 21 Savage, Loso Loaded, staying relevant, and rapper politics. Stream Lotto Savage’s new single, "Errythang" on all platforms. 

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Friday, August 17, 2018

Des Gray Talks Directing Lil Donald “Do Better”, Haitian Background, Crazy Story On Set With Gucci Mane & More [The Progress Report]

Director and producer, Des Gray is known for producing visuals for the likes of Future, Migos, Rick Ross, Lil Donald, Gucci Mane and many others. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, Des Gray speaks about her Haitian roots and hardships, coming up under Director Cricket and grinding to the top.  

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Fasscoupe Drops "Money Power Respect" Produced By Quay Global Official Music Video

Fasscoupe just released their highly anticipated 9 track project, ‘Hood Mascot’ which features Uncle Murda, Bia, Lil Baby, Duke, Jose Guapo, Tracy T & Hoodrich Pablo Juan and production from OG Parker, Quay Global Cassius Jay, 808 Mafia & more. The lead single “Weekend” featuring Hoodrich Pablo Juan is nearing 300 thousand views on Youtube and is currently in rotation on BET Jams and other platforms. Watch Fasscoupe's their latest visual to "Money Power Respect" produced by Quay Global now.

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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Getting To Know South Central’s G Perico: The Progress Report

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.

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Monday, August 13, 2018

Natasha Mosley Speaks On Getting Comfortable Recording Sexy Music Coming From A Church Background & If She Has Sex To Her Music [The Progress Report]

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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Sunday, August 12, 2018

Biggs Just Broke The Lease [AUDIO]
East Atlanta's own, Glass House Biggs is back with a new single, "Broke The Lease".

Glass House Biggs is a rapper and businessman from East Atlanta, Lithonia, Georgia. He was introduced to music at an early age as his uncle used to record in his grandmother’s basement.
Atlanta has always been the mecca for music and Biggs credits the likes of Future, Migos, and JT The Bigga Figga as his main influencers as he witnessed each of their careers blossom with years of footwork and dedication.

Due to a poverty-stricken environment, Biggs was faced with the obstacles of the streets and knew it would lead to either death or prison. Recording music about his personal life became first nature for Biggs and he describes his music as soft yet energetic and motivational for the trappers and ladies.
Biggs realized the power of having a studio and wanted to keep his peers out of the streets and he opened up Glass House Studios in 2015 and it became home to local producer, Gudda Tay, and other local talents.

In 2016, Biggs nearly lost his life in a battle with cancer and Glass House Studios became his lifeline as rap duo, Yung Mal & Lil Quill kept Biggs motivated, prompting him to work out and record. Yung Mal & Lil Quill later recorded their first mixtape at the studio which went viral and they are now signed to Gucci Mane’s, 1017 Eskimo Records Imprint.

Biggs is now ready to make a name for himself with the release of his first official single, “Pots Boiling”, presented by his label, Glass House Ent. Biggs is seeking to build a household name and sign other talents in the near future.

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