By the time Pill took the stage at the Levi’s®/FADER Fort on Saturday, everyone had already sweated out any and all Budweiser or Southern Comfort they’d attempted to consume. So when you watch the audience going loco in this live performance of Pill’s anthem “Trap Goin Ham,” just know that you can’t blame their enthusiasm on the alcohol. Blame it on the unbridled charisma of one of the best rappers out of the A, and the rad dude posse alongside him (including Freddie Gibbs, who’d performed with him earlier in the night). And when FADER editor Felipe Delerme sprayed beer on the dancefloor like he was Puff with Moet in ’96, he was stone cold sober, and no one was even mad because it was the perfect thing to do right at that moment. When in doubt, go ham.
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