Atlanta’s own P, I Double ell (PILL) takes a moment from recording at Treesound Studios to discuss his new project. OTCD is the acronym for Over The Counter Drugs. He has already released a banger from the album titled: “Fa Sum” which he breaks down the meaning of in this video. Shouts out to the 3 Little Digs for the visuals
Atlanta, do you have plans tonight? No, you don’t! It is a Tuesday night. Well, dont worry. We got you covered. After all, we keep our ear to the streets for you. If you enjoy great music, great energy and….wait for it….Free alcohol. Then come out to the New Era Flagship Store off Luckie Street and take part in a monthly showcase of great Atlanta Hip Hop. Music Is My Life happens the 1st Tuesday of each and every month. Hosted by Fort Knoxx!
Pill will be the night’s special guest and there will be live performances from the other featured artists on the bill – Judicial, Mic Barz, and Naj Murphy. It’s FREE and there will be complimentary food and drink. It’s going down Tuesday, March 6th from 6pm – 9pm at the New Era Flagship Store: 117 Luckie Street NW Atlanta, Ga 30303. (Don’t mind the 2011 date on the flyer; it’s a typo).
Get directions Here: New Era Flagship Store Atlanta, GA
Finally Pill’s long-awaited The Epidemic hosted by DJ Holiday has reached its release day. No features except for track number 2 with Twista. Hit that jump for the full tracklist, stream and download. You’re in for a helluva ride, patna.
I know we’ve all been waiting on Ross to speak on Pill’s situation with the MMG crew. Well, now we have it. Continuing his interview with MTV & Sway, Rick Ross speaks on Pill’s departure from MMG.
“I’m a real dude and I’m a real boss and once you rep the MMG flag, I’ll never step on your feet; Imma give you a pass anyway.”
“Pill’s situation was a special situation because he was already signed to Warner before I did my label deal at Warner. So when I did do my deal, it was a business opportunity that was presented where Pill could run with the team for a year,. I took that opportunity. That year ran its course and it was pretty much up to Warner what decisions they wanted to make with Pill as an artist after that point. I think they made it.”
“Hopefully, in the future he’ll bring him a hit record, and get him some paper and do his thing. I wish him much success.”
Almost everything Wale says here is a contradiction to what happened. If you and Rozay really supported him, he would still be signed to MMG. I’m not sayin’, but I’m just sayin’!