New Music: Billionaire Buck – ​I’m Gangster | @comptonsbuck

New Music: Billionaire Buck – ​I’m Gangster

Establishing his buzzworthy persona with previous collaborations with E-40, Lil Wayne, and Waka Flocka Flame. Compton recording artist, Billionaire Buck kicks off 2017 by revisiting a former persona of his known as Compton’s Buck on the new gritty, hardcore, gang infested song, “I’m Gangsta”. “I’m Gangsta” is a corner boy hustler’s anthem as Buck speaks on getting paid major figures, head bussin’, and representing for your block.
Billionaire Buck is currently working on a brand new EP and scheduled to go on tour this Winter and Spring. Details thus far on the project is it will be a 13-track project.
Hit the play above and get familiar with the new sound coming from the Left Coast.
“I’m Gangsta” is currently available for download on iTunes and available on popular streaming platforms TidalSpotify, and Apple Music.
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HG Locks – Uptown

HG Locks has been receiving massive amounts of love on the blogosphere with his previous release “Handle That,” featuring Swave receiving overwhelmingly positive reviews. Not one to rest on his laurels, the Bronx newcomer doubles down on his progress by releasing his brand new cut “Uptown.” The track, which is produced by JackPotHitz, is a reworking of JAY Z’s classic “Where I’m From” and finds HG Locks detailing the gritty nature of his part of town.



Mixtape: Pop-A-Lot – 401k Tape @Pop_A_Lot

Virgina’s own Pop-A-Lot teams up with Muzikfene to deliver ‘401k Tape’, which features production from the likes of Zaytoven (“My Hole Life”), Nard & B (“EL Capitan”), Polo Boy Shawty (“BVLL4EVER”), and “Hunned Thousand Money Counters”, plus many more. Pop-A-Lot is essential to the trap music genre and definitely an asset. Get hip below.




Trap Talk with Cuntry Cane & Smoke Da Stoner! #TheProgressReport

Twin brothers Cuntry Cane & Smoke Da Stoner share their unique journey of being raised in the south but moving to the midwest in pursuit of a better life. The brothers learned hard lessons in the streets, from recovering from major loses to the importance of trust.

Regardless of any setbacks that they endured, the two remained loyal to one another when no one else did.

“Its a difference from being a street nigga and being a business man”.

Cuntry Cane & Smoke Da Stoner dedicate their time outside of being fathers to perfect their craft, music. Their upcoming mixtape, “Scard By Tha Streets” Vol. 2 is a project full of life, energy, passion and pain. Anyone who comes from the streets will be able to relate to at least one record if not all.

Be sure to check out “Scard By Tha Streets” Vol. 1 which is available via Livemixtapes:
http://www.livemixtapes.com/artists/Smoke_Da_Stoner

IG @SmokeDaStoner & @Bamaboicane334
Twitter @SmokeDaStoner & @CuntryCane6612!

Stay tuned for more exclusives and behind the scenes footage with Lalaa @LalaaShep @TheProgressReport101 www.LalaaShepard.com YouTube/ TheProgressReport




LouiVon – Trillest @RealLouiVon

New Orleans artist LouiVon drops off a new record today titled “Trillest”, produced by Trell Got Wings. LouiVon talks about dictating the real from the fake while keeping it trill.



B.o.B – Run The Night (Siege of Detroit) @bobatl

B.o.B returns with some new heat today titled “Run The Night (Siege of Detroit)”, which he also produced. The beat is fire and so is his lyrics. He’s still so underrated.



Rizzoo Rizzoo & K Camp – “Splash”

Rizzoo talked about working with K Camp, saying he is “one of the first artist to rock with the Sauce. I saw him in LA and he said that he listened to the leaked snippet of “Splash” everyday so it was only right he dripped on it.” Drip Flair EP drops January 25.