Biography

Progress w/ Staff
Progress
Born in Barbados, Progress forged his style doing shows throughout the islands. His socially conscious message and aggressive style, lead to being featured on several local compilations & gaining much radio play. He then went on to open up for international reggae artists such Norris man, Yami Bolo and Anthony B.

In 2001 progress was featured and his music used on the CBC documentary “Soldiers for The Street”.

In 2003 he was invited to Chicago to open up for Common Sense and Erica Badu at Black August, a show to protest political prisoners in the U.S.A.

In 2005 Progress toured extensively throughout Canada and the U.S.A on The Promote intelligence tour with Dope Poet Society.

In 2007 Progress was featured on the internationally released documentary “Rastamentary”.

In 2009 his music was featured on the season premier of the TV series a “Kink in My Hair”. His hit single “Sunshine”, burned up radio in the U.S., Canada, & throughout the Caribbean. After years of honing his skill to laser beam like sharpness Progress is ready for the world to hear his message of love and struggle.