Pill is ready to keep things moving. The former Maybach Music Group affiliate is back on his own and wasting no time serving fans up with a dose of the raw brand of music he’s been known to deliver with his latest mixtape The Epidemic, which will be released Thursday on Datpiff.
On the follow-up to his 2011 tape (The Diagnosis) Pill hooks up with DJ Holiday and once again looks to plant his flag in the trap. “You know all eyes on me right now and it’s all on me right now,” Pill tells Mixtape Daily. “This was a very strenuous task of mines. I put in a lot fo hard work over the last couple of months and it’s just gonna bridge that gap between real music and the fraud music.”
Since his breakout hit “The Trap Goin’ Ham,” P-I-Double L has built his rep on intelligent, but street-centered raps. “I’m puttin’ that trap music in ya ear, I’m putting that reality rap in ya ear, I’m putting that music that you can jog to, run to, work to,” he said. “I’m putting that music out that you can actually uplift yourself to.”
The Needlz-produced “On me” finds Pill taking responsibility for his own success and short comings, he stands as the master of his own destiny. The song is particularly fitting since his announcement that he was leave Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group back in January. Rozay said he had no hard feelings against Pill and wished him the best of luck and now the Atlanta spitter is ready to show the world what he is made of.
With The Epidemic he’s off to a nice start. “It’s just everything that’s needed right now in hip-hop,” he said. “Real stories, real life, everything that you could possibly relate to, it’s on this mixtape The Epidemic.
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