Tyrone "Pill" Rivers in 2009.

Tyrone Rivers, better known as Pill, is an underground American hip hop artist from Atlanta, Georgia.

Music careerEdit

In early 2009 Pill's first mixtape 4180: The Prescription and his first single "Trap Goin' Ham" was released.[1] Pill was featured in The Source's Unsigned Hype section.[2] The mixtape received praise from fellow Atlanta rapper André 3000.[3] Later that year he was featured in XXL Magazine's Show & Prove section.[1] He also appeared on Killer Mike's Underground Atlanta compilation on the tracks "Bunkin'" and "Grind Time."[1][4] His second mixtape 4075: The Refill and his second single off the mixtape "Glass" was released.[1]

In 2010 he was featured on the cover of XXL as part of the XXL Freshman 10 line-up with Donnis, Nipsey Hussle, Jay Rock, J. Cole, OJ da Juiceman and more.[5] In June he released his third mixtape and first Gangsta Grillz mixtape 1140: The Overdose which was hosted by DJ Drama.[6] He later appeared on fellow XXL Freshman Freddie Gibbs's EP Str8 Killa No Filla on the track "Do Wrong." [7] He was also featured on "Introducing the Business" by Mark Ronson, which featured on Ronson's album Record Collection.




  • 4180: The Prescription (2009)
  • 4075: The Refill (2009)
  • 1140: The Overdose (2010)


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 XXL Magazine November 2009 Issue
  2. The Source Issue #234 September/October 2009 Issue
  3. Andre 3000 Gives Atlanta MC Pill His 'Stamp Of Approval' MTV News
  4. Underground Atlanta: Killer Mike: Music
  5. - >> XXcLusive: XXL's 10 Freshmen for '10 Cover Revealed
  6. XXL & LiveMixtapes Present Pill's "1140: The Overdose"
  7. ->> Download Freddie Gibbs's 'Str8 Killa No Filla' Mixtape Now

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