Video: Pill Interview w/ We Stole The Show

We Stole The Show sat down with Pill, an ATL emcee making noise on the blogs for his controversial videos, real lyrics and compelling story. Part one of the interview covers the inspiration behind his single Glass and the stigmas still attributed to southern emcees.

Previously: Pill feat. Freddie Gibbs – Run Up To Me


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56 Responses to “Video: Pill Interview w/ We Stole The Show”

  1. Joe 88 Says:

    *dead @ the still shot*

  2. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Why sign him back if you’re not 100% committed to his project and his career?
    ^
    There is an argument here but we also know that Jay isn’t the label, that would be Def Jam and a lot of people are also responsible, not only Jay. To the naked eye i guess he could of did more.

    As far as the solution goes, there has to be some accountability on Sigels behalf. He’s never been a club party single dude, he tried something different with that R.Kelly single and it didn’t work. A lot of his fans were confused, me included.

  3. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Okay Den

  4. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Did yall notice if you watch that Wade dunk in slow motion the 2 Cavs players closest to Varejao made the “man, this nigga” face after he got yammed on?

  5. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    November 13th, 2009 at 1:00 pm
    *dead @ the still shot*

    ***nigga looks like Trick Daddy with dreads…

  6. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    @Joe- Yahoo Sports is calling that Wade dunk a top 10 of all time, too…

  7. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Lebron said it was top 10, too…

  8. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    Beezy Says:

    November 13th, 2009 at 12:54 pm
    never listened to Jay Electronica but I imagine him to be quite boring also

    ^

    Exhibit C is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard.

  9. Smoke Greene Says:

    As far as the solution goes, there has to be some accountability on Sigels behalf.
    ========================================
    I agree, but not every album is gonna pop. If The Solution failed, then it’s up to Jay and Beans to come up with another strategy. But Jay doesn’t wanna be near you if you ain’t hot (with the exception of Bleek). Beans was/is too talented to just get pushed to the side, especially by someone who knows how talented he is, like Jay-Z.

  10. b-ease Says:

    Exhibit C is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard.

    ^^
    This is not hyperbole. I don’t think I’ve played a hiphop song back to back that many times since “Nas Is Like”.

  11. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    LOL @ Marv Albert losin’ it…(none)

  12. Smoke Greene Says:

    Exhibit C is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard.
    =================================
    I don’t know if I like Exhibit C better then Exhibit A yet.

    I need that CDQ

  13. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    that nigga Varejao folded up on some “Autobots Transform!!” type shit…

  14. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    I agree, but not every album is gonna pop. If The Solution failed, then it’s up to Jay and Beans to come up with another strategy. But Jay doesn’t wanna be near you if you ain’t hot (with the exception of Bleek). Beans was/is too talented to just get pushed to the side, especially by someone who knows how talented he is, like Jay-Z.

    ***compared to beans, you wack (c) Nasir

  15. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Exhibit C is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard.
    =================================
    I don’t know if I like Exhibit C better then Exhibit A yet.

    I need that CDQ
    ^
    Word….Exhibit A is a GREAT song…

    Those are big words Ease….and i think rightfully so..

  16. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    b-ease Says:

    November 13th, 2009 at 1:13 pm
    Exhibit C is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard.

    ^^
    This is not hyperbole. I don’t think I’ve played a hiphop song back to back that many times since “Nas Is Like”.

    ^

    I’ve played it about 200 times. Every time I hear it, I discover something else I love about it [||]. It’s a contender for best song in history, but yall don’t hear me tho. Note how it was cut off – I want to hear the rest of his verse. Just Blaze better stop being such a fucking scrooge with those CDQs and release the fucking thing. He’s such a bitch-ass complaining baby. Fuck his life and his worthless, washed-up Polo wardrobe for being so stingy. He’s holding back Jay Elec’s career by doing that.

  17. Smoke Greene Says:

    Varejao looked like he just got hit with the 40 Cal. lol

  18. November3leven Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    November 13th, 2009 at 1:13 pm

    Exhibit C is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard.

    ^^
    This is not hyperbole. I don’t think I’ve played a hiphop song back to back that many times since “Nas Is Like”.
    ^^^^^^^^^^
    Nasir drop alot of gems in that song …If Columbia didnt try to rush out 2 albums in 99 Nasir could have 3 classic in a row

  19. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Smoke Greene Says:

    November 13th, 2009 at 1:18 pm
    Varejao looked like he just got hit with the 40 Cal. lol

    ***D Wade ain’t even help that nigga get back up, lol…

  20. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    All this Exhibit C talk….

    *goes to Radio Rips and Snippet JE folder*

    *cues up Exhibt C*

  21. KzA Says:

    OOK DEEEEYN

  22. Smoke Greene Says:

    Just Blaze better stop being such a fucking scrooge with those CDQs and release the fucking thing. He’s such a bitch-ass complaining baby.
    ===========================================
    *looks down at Foamposites and whistles while kicking at an imaginary stone*

  23. why? Says:

    Anybody notice on the video of when Jay Electronica was at Santo’s that when Exhibit C came on that it was the radio rip we all have been hearing?

    But yeah even if that song is not the cdq that shit is really good.

  24. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    i hate Firefox

  25. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    eatin’ wack niggas alive, shittin’ out chains….

  26. KzA Says:

    CDQ version of that beat is gonna blow my fuckin mind i feel like

  27. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    November 13th, 2009 at 1:13 pm

    Exhibit C is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard.

    ^^
    This is not hyperbole. I don’t think I’ve played a hiphop song back to back that many times since “Nas Is Like”.
    ^^^^^^^^^^
    Nasir drop alot of gems in that song …If Columbia didnt try to rush out 2 albums in 99 Nasir could have 3 classic in a row

  28. Joe 88 Says:

    @Joe- Yahoo Sports is calling that Wade dunk a top 10 of all time, too…

    *dead*

    The dunk was easily terrific, but Varejao was what swayed my decision. His body fold up like how the rock body use to fold up when stone cold did the stone cold stunner on him

    youtube.com/watch?v=p-3CUWyjtFw&feature=related

  29. Beezy Says:

    Exhibit what? Never heard of it.

  30. why? Says:

    Safari > Google Chrome > Firefox > Internet Explorer

  31. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    lol @ “Stone Cold Stunner”…dude used to pour beer on his vanquished opponents…if rasslin’ wasn’t fake, that shit woulda been gangsta…

  32. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    They call Me Jay ElecHannukah
    Jay ElecYarmulka
    Jay ElectRamadaan Muhammad Asalaamica RasoulAllah Supana Watallah through your monitor…..

  33. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    Exhibit C quotables >>>>>

  34. b-ease Says:

    If Columbia didnt try to rush out 2 albums in 99 Nasir could have 3 classic in a row

    ^^
    Columbia did rush Nastradamus, but I Am’s failure to reach classic status had more to do with bootlegging and sample clearances. As we all know, alot of those songs popped up on Lost Tapes, but most of us had already heard them years previous.

  35. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    It’s the P-l-a-y, just here to say hi
    Askin you may I, tell you ’bout the day I
    Picked up a microphone, a pad and a pen
    The legend of the Tramp begins
    The party host with the most giving you a dose, see
    Needing instructions, so listen closely
    Two lines form, it makes you to step to him
    Fellas at the backdoor, girls by the bedroom
    The name is Play, don’t dare play me cheap
    The microphone is a broom and I’ma sweep ya
    Off your feet with feelings that you never felt
    Another notch in the belt
    It’s no secret, I like to freak with the best of them
    Then head to the stage in a test of men
    And when it’s done and said and said and done
    Play’s gonna be the victorious one

  36. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    ayo, Play, for “fellas at the backdoor”

  37. S.I.C.K Says:

    *test*

    Seems like my comments are not being posted for a minute now.Blacklisted already?SMH/LOL

    I always thought my comments were welcome here.Let me fucking find out!!!

  38. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    I’m never fessin, possessin the tools that it takes to rock
    I think it’s time for the new kid on the block
    With a style that’s wild yet so unique
    I can’t be stopped from reachin my peak
    Because givin my all and all, that’s how I gotta live
    It’s my prerogative, so you know I gotta give
    More for the dancefloor and I’ma give brain sore
    Kids revin and buzzin just like a chainsaw
    I make em say: Damn man, that Kid, he’s a grand man
    Cause I bust a handstand on American Bandstand
    With these I please with ease and make your mind freeze
    Straight out the 80s right into the 90s
    Givin you the highs and lows like a drama
    And if the mic’s got juice you know I’ma
    Keep whalin, you know I have you starin a while
    Because the Kid’s much more than hair and a smile

  39. Joe 88 Says:

    LOL @ Icon posting House Party lyrics

  40. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    looks down at Foamposites and whistles while kicking at an imaginary stone
    ^
    YOU LIE…Foams are like 180 and up…lol

  41. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    @ ease- “lost tapes” is one of my favorite Nas projects, and to me, Nas is the G.O.A.T.

  42. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    It’s my party and I rhyme if I want to
    Be careful and don’t you step to the front to
    Diss, cause I’ma dismiss with a death kiss
    And make you sorry that you ever stepped to this
    Microphone wizard, so come on, place your bet
    Is it gonna be me or Eraserhead?
    Why put your money on a sorry old poor thing
    When you can get behind a sure thing
    And that’s me, the capital P on the hype tip
    One false move and you’ll get your ass whipped
    Just tell me how the rhymes and the cuts sound
    You won’t start feelin the pain till you touch ground
    Boy, you’re goin way out, I’m ready to serve you
    If you can stay I’ll pass you by curfew
    Look at him, already a has-been
    Let Uncle Play say a rhyme that’ll tuck your ass

  43. b-ease Says:

    Once again
    The boy blows smoke
    Bout what he wanna be
    But it isnt, wasnt, and never gonna be
    Possible
    Cause I got lots of pull
    And when you rhyme
    Ohh, theres lots of bull
    When it come time to get on the mic
    I dont sit around
    Play, you know I don’t kid around
    So come with it boy
    Dont even hide your best
    Cause kid spelled backwards
    Describes you best…(forgot the rest)
    Step to the stage
    Too late, I blew it up!!

  44. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    aaight, last one, lol…Play killed with that “step to the stage, oops i just blew it up”

    ***is bored

    The boy’s blowin smoke ’bout what he wanna be
    But it isn’t and wasn’t and it ain’t never gonna be
    Possible, cause I got lots of pull
    And when you rhyme – ooh, there’s lots of bull
    When it comes time to step to a mic I don’t sit around
    Play, you know I don’t Kid around
    So come with it, boy, don’t even hide your best
    Cause ‘Kid’ spelled backwards describes you best
    Look around, watch the people clap hands in unity
    As the momentum swings from you to me
    You issue a challenge, yeah, you do it up
    Step to the stage – too late, I blew it up
    The knowledge to build, just filled with excellence
    You heard the rhyme, you been petro ever since
    There’s no missin the words that I laid out
    You didn’t Play, you just got Played out

  45. Smoke Greene Says:

    looks down at Foamposites and whistles while kicking at an imaginary stone
    ^
    YOU LIE…Foams are like 180 and up…lol
    =======================
    I paid $200 for my shits. Bout to get a second pair to keep crispy cause I go hart on Nike boots lol.

  46. Smoke Greene Says:

    Hard*

    (pause)

  47. b-ease Says:

    Nas is the G.O.A.T.

    ^^
    I can’t argue with that. Definetly the best solo album catalogue in hiphop. At his best, no one’s seeing him. No one. But I feel like he’s only at his best about 65% of the time.

  48. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    LMAO @ ease- damn ,u remember a lot…all I can remember from K&P is that “they come from miles around to check out the sound/watch the walls come tumblin’ down…” blicka…

  49. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I paid $200 for my shits. Bout to get a second pair to keep crispy cause I go hart on Nike boots lol.
    ^
    Foams are of my favorite kicks of all time…i think i had the flightposite in about 7 different colors….i used to work just to buy kicks and Lo gear…

  50. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    But I feel like he’s only at his best about 65% of the time.

    ***co-signs B-ease’s smartcar on 22’s….

  51. why? Says:

    “When a tagged version of a new Kanye song hit entitled “I’m So Appalled” hit the interwebs last night, most people speculated it was an old, unrleased ‘Ye verse that Big Mike and DJ Thoro were able to get their hands on. Turns out that’s not the case at all. This verse is actually set to appear on Diddy’s upcoming album, Last Train To Paris, on a track that was produced by Kanye West and No ID.”

    ^ So it was new. AWWW SHEEEIT!!!

  52. b-ease Says:

    That battle in House Party was amazing. I’m not even kidding.

  53. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    sample clearances …uh the worst …Columbia is a major and they could have spent bread for the clearances who knows …Nas was a multi-platinum artist

  54. S.I.C.K Says:

    I think I finally understand the J.E hype.J.E. is basically a modern day jesus.They both were homeless bum niggas with game.Think about it.LOL

    It makes for a great story.Everybody can relate to the downtrodden.With that said,dude can rhyme,but it`s nothing to get all worked up about.Also,he seems to always rhyme to slow tempo beats so far.Royce/Elzhi have nothing to lose sleep over.

  55. plug Says:

    papi got em 12 a box

    but the prices to low so Im scared to cop
    ——
    truer words never been spoken

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