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Pill Speaks On Radio Play In Atlanta & His First Strip Club Song
posted Thursday June 09, 2011 at 06:19AM PDT | 4 comments
Rapper Pill reveals that he turned to making a strip club song when his songs wouldn't get any radio play.
According to Atlanta rapper Pill, the key to an artist succeeding in getting airplay down South might just lie in the strip club song.
The rapper spoke briefly with Killer Mike about his first strip club song and radio play while at a party celebrating Big Boi’s collaboration with Crown Royal Black. He jokingly explained that he took the strip club song route after not getting any play on Atlanta radio.
“I was like I’m finna do a strip club song…I was like you know what I’m finna do since Atlanta don’t wanna play me on the mother fuckin radio I’mma make something for strippers,” Pill revealed in a video for 3LittleDigs.com.
During his appearance at the Crown Royal Black party Pill performed “Trap Going Ham” and “Pacman” and joined Big Boi and Killer Mike on stage for a performance of “Kryptonite.”
Pill recently appeared on the Maybach Music Group collaborative album Self Made which also featured Rick Ross, Meek Mills, and Wale.