in ,

Lil Scrappy talks about adjusting to different eras in music, his thoughts rewatching Love & Hip Hop episodes

Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy made his rise to stardom during the crunk era of music alongside Lil Jon and acts like Crime Mob and Trillville. With songs like “Head Bussa” and “No Problems”, Lil Scrappy became recognized as the Prince of the South. He would eventually link with other Hip Hop acts and labels such as 50 Cent, Young Buck, G-Unit, Ludacris, and DTP to further establish his position as a rapper. In 2021, Lil Scrappy transitioned to reality television and made his debut on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. He has been on the show ever since and on a new episode of The Progress Report Podcast, Lil Scrappy discusses his thoughts rewatching past episodes, coming up on 106& Park, fatherhood, relationships with other rappers, growing up with Momma Dee, and more!

Written by LalaaShepard

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.



Euro Gotit Imports Rap Royalty Future, Lil Baby, Da Baby, Roddy Ricch, And Eon 4Reign 4Ever

RENEGADE EL REY encourages the manifestation of mental strength with ‘Levitate’ EP