Molly Brazy: You Have To Put In Work Period But With Me It’s Natural I Ain’t Tried Too Hard [The Progress Report]

19-year-old rapper Molly Brazy is just 2 years in the game but is rapidly building a household name in Hip Hop. In a recent interview with the ladies of The Progress Report, Molly Brazy speaks on coming from the streets of Detroit and importance of getting an education. During the interview, Molly also addresses not being prepared for fame and causes of female beef. Molly also shares her advice for building high self-esteem and confidence. Lastly, Molly Brazy reveals her relationship status and the name of her debut album. Catch her performing…

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Bars!!! JayliiGotJuice Puts Herself On With New Mixtape ‘Put Yourself On’ Hosted By DJ Exel & Boss Britt

Cincinnati, Ohio artist, Jaylii, also known as JayliiGotJuice has been MIA for some time and in a recent interview with The Progress Report, she explains that her hiatus was due to bad paperwork and shady business. Now the lyrically, naturally saucy artist is back with a new mixtape titled, ‘Put Yourself On’ hosted by party rockers, DJ Exel & Boss Britt. On the mixtape, Jaylii literally “Lil Wayne’s” every industry beat from Drake’s “Nice 4 What” to BlocBoy JB’s “Look Alive”, Jaylii showcases her lyrical and vocal reach rapping about her lengthy…

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Childish Major: It’s Boring Making A Beat & Just Passing It Off [The Progress Report]

Childish Major is the credited producer of Rocko and Future’s smash hit, “U.O.E.N.O“ and has produced for the likes of J. Cole, J.I.D, 6lack, SZA and many others. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, Childish Major speaks on his transition to an artist, early upbringings with Hoodrich, music placement on Issa Rae’s hit show, ‘Insecure’, major endorsements from 9th Wonder and Pharrell and much more! Tune into #TheProgressReport every Wednesday night 9-11 PM EST. via The Highly Unique Radio App or watch us live via Facebook/ The Progress Report 101.…

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PinkBitchh: “There’s Not That Many Educated Women In The Game” [The Progress Report]

Lalaa Shepard and fashion designer/ recording artist, Pink Bitchh recently sat down for a conversation surrounding women in Hip Hop. During the interview, Pink Bitchh discusses her stint away from music, her stance on motherhood, and how women can balance being sexy and getting respect in a male-dominated industry. Pink also gives her input on the Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj beef and offers a suggestion as to why powerful women rarely work together. Tune into #TheProgressReport every Wednesday night 9-11 PM EST. via The Highly Unique Radio App or…

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Skooly: “This is my real life, I don’t go around looking for things to talk about” [The Progress Report]

Lalaa Shepard & The Progress Report recently sat down with 1/2 Rich Kids, Skooly for an exclusive interview after the release of his debut album, ‘Baccward Feelings’. During the interview, Skooly speaks on being in the music business since the age of 14, creating a new sound in Hip Hop which he feels he isn’t credited for, and opens up about his frustrations towards his career. Skooly also speaks about 2 Chainz being his mentor and big brother and bouncing back mentally after the deaths of Bankroll Fresh and his…

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RIP Bambino Gold! [Unreleased Interview With The Progress Report]

As previously reported, rapper Bambino Gold and his cousin, Skooly Wit Da Tooly were found dead after being missing for over a week in Alabama. In an unreleased interview with Lalaa Shepard & The Progress Report, the late Bambino Gold speaks on his strained relationship with Lil Phat, balancing entrepreneurship and being a father, and sheds light on his favorite projects. Bambino Gold also speaks on being a fan of YFN Lucci, Young Dolph, Future, Doe B, Rick Ross, Jeezy, Fabolous, Troy Ave and mentions having an unreleased song with…

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Lovely MiMi: “If it wasn’t for black people my platform wouldn’t be anything” [The Progress Report]

Former reality television star, Lovely MiMi recently stopped by The Progress Report to open up about her personal life, new business endeavors and appreciation for the black community. With over 11 years as a licensed nail tech, MiMi shares tips for entrepreneurship, maintaining a healthy marriage, a most recently, becoming a musician. She also dishes on how her stint appearance on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta season 6 did not showcase her in a favorable light. Tune into #TheProgressReport every Wednesday night 9 PM EST. via The Highly Unique Radio…

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2 Crucial Speaks On Future Being Their Mentor & Appearing On The Rap Game

Blood brothers & artists, 2 Crucial recently stopped by The Progress Report to speak on turning 18 & 20 and making the transition from a child rappers to gaining respect as young adults. During the interview, the duo speaks on likes & dislikes within the music industry and shares tips for motivation and staying focused. The group is mentored by super Future and has industry ties with other major artists and producers within the music industry. Stay tuned for new music with Lil Yachty, Migos, Rae Sremmurd & more! Tune…

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Freeway Rick Ross: “With The Mindset & Brilliance It Takes To Run A Drug Empire You Can Do Anything”

Former drug dealer and published author, Freeway Rick Ross recently stopped by The Progress Report to speak on his past life in the streets and his current endeavors. Rick Ross names patience as the number one thing that kept him alive while serving a life sentence which eventually got reduced to 20 years after finding flaws in his case. “I was a predator & a victim of drugs”. (Freeway Rick Ross) Rick Ross encourages black people to read and to never stop learning. His new book, Freeway Rick Ross: The Untold…

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Stream @turfmadeskully9 New EP “Patiently Waiting” Hosted By @DJLooseKid

https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1264361299 “I was blessed from birth to be a musician!” TurfMadeSkully is a Hip-Hop artist born and raised in Manatee County, Bradenton, Florida. Since the age of 14, he possessed the ability to create melodies which attracted public attention. TurfMadeSkully identified that each audience had been through some of the same experience of his own. This is what motivated him to partake in talent shows to influence those around him.  TurfMadeSkully’s stage name came from a young age of wearing skull caps and also being stamped in the streets. His…

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