The Atlanta emcee says his original terms like "Going Ham" won't be used so liberally anymore, and also talks about the possible collab with two of ATL's finest.
Pill recently said that he's planning on taking a more business-like approach to the catchphrases found in his music. The Maybach Music artist responsible for phrases like "Going Ham," "Go 'n get your roll on," and "No sleep" told BootlegKev.com that he's setting out to patent these terms.
"If you've bit off a term from P-I-Double-L, thinking I'm a dumb N-I-G-G-A, you'll be hearing a word from my patent attorney. And she's a beast. $700 an hour."
Pill and the rest of the Maybach "Power Circle," which includes Rick Ross, Wale, and Meek Mill, will release a compilation album titled Self Made in May. However, Pill may also be releasing an album with Atlanta vets and long-time friends, Big Boi and Killer Mike.
"That's epicness rolled inside of awesome and add a hashtag plus 'Winning.' I just try to make sure that I remain relevant and that I stay in the box where they put 'greatness,'" he added earnestly. "Because that's what I'm shooting for. I'm not trying to say that I'm better than anybody, I'm not trying to say that I'm greater than anybody, all I'm saying is that I wanna be great so I'm gonna work towards it. And I wanna surround myself with other great emcees."
Although there is not date for the potential album, Pill says they've already moved toward recording it.
"It's definitely in the works. We got joints already recorded. I was just in the studio with them a couple days [ago]."