D. Allie here. We have put up another free download on our SoundCloud page. This one is a remix of “Tonight” from our album Eddie Logix and D. Allie are Progress Report. Shouts to Eddie for getting down on this remix and shouts to him for producing every track on the original album. This song also features the homie Asylum 7 who killed the closing verse. If you dig what we’re doing let your people know. While you’re at it feel free to let us know too. Your words of encouragement really keep us going when we’re in that “what are we doing with our lives” period we tend to go through from time to time.
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D. Allie here. We have put up another free download on our SoundCloud page. This one is a remix of “No Child Left Behind” from our album Eddie Logix and D. Allie are Progress Report. Shouts to Doc Ilingsworth for putting this one together for us.
D. Allie here. We have put up another free download on our SoundCloud page. This one is a remix of “Set To Music” from our album Eddie Logix and D. Allie are Progress Report. Shouts to Dial.81 for putting this one together for us. If you dig it, let somebody know.
We will be releasing a remix album of Eddie Logix and D. Allie are Progress Report entitled Summer School on July 12th. If you are local to the Detroit area check below for more info on the release party. If you’re not local let us know where you’re at and we’ll make plans to get to your area sooner than later.
D. Allie here. We have put up another free download on our SoundCloud page. This one is a remix of “I’m Yours” from our album Eddie Logix and D. Allie are Progress Report. All credit is due to the homie Semitone on this remix. If you dig the track please let somebody know we’re out here.
We also have a video for the original version of the track so if you have not seen it click the video still below and enjoy. More info on the upcoming remix album and release party below that. Get at us if you need anything and per usual your support means the world to us.
D. Allie here. Just wanted to let you know that we have put up the Spill Out Series Vol 4. for free download in the spirit of the holidays. This is the digital form of a limited edition 7 inch record we released earlier in the year.
In other news we recently started a kickstarter campaign and we’re trying to raise $5000 to put towards the new project along with all the day job funding me and Eddie can muster. If you can help raise awareness it would also be appreciated. You can find out more about that by clicking HERE.
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The Spill Out Series Vol. 4 is now available on iTunes. To purchase click me.
We wanted to start you off with just a taste before we share the full project with you so you can get the 3-song single off iTunes for just $2.97. We did this for a couple reasons. For one, we wanted to give you a low ticket item for you to be able to support us. We know times are rough all around so we ain’t trying to break your backs out here. Also, and more importantly we want to take our time with you, the listener. Too often I feel cats are flooding the market with song after song devaluing themselves and the music as a whole. We want to take our time with it and give you the opportunity to digest our music slowly. We promise not to treat our music as a dime a dozen if you do as well. Of course immediately after this we’re gonna hit you with mixtape after mixtape because I just can’t sit on all this hot fire sen. You know it’s all sweet 16?s from here on out. lol. jk (i hope). So without further ado, click the link to jump to iTunes and support the movement. If you could rate it as well to show these cats what they’re missing if they don’t cop it would be greatly appreciated.
When D. Allie and Eddie Logix came together to form the rap group, Progress Report, their goal was to reflect on their own lives through the medium that best appealed to them, hip-hop music. “The album (self-titled) is coming from the perspective that hip-hop is a huge part of our lives.” States Allie, “This album is a reflection of our lives, our pasts.” Both members of other rap collectives, United States of Mind and MidCoast Most, respectively, D. Allie and Eddie Logix came together to create this fusion project after being inspired by each other’s work. D. Allie had already released two prior projects, The Collective and Live at The Get Up and Eddie Logix had been gaining momentum as a sought after producer. He handles the boards for the entire album as well as showcasing his lyrical dexterity as an emcee.