"Cocaine and cocaine accessories" -Hank Trill
Reblogged and reposted innumerably, "King of the Trill" was clearly Trill City's most popular design. The phrase had already been coined by Bun B. He even used it as a mixtape title. Despite the similar sound to Mike Judge's "King of the Hill", the connection between the two had never been made popular or even apparent until we put it on the internet.
The portrait of Hank Trill is a great combination. It brings together the cartoon series known for characterizing our state so accurately, with another Texas legacy, "Trill". The fusion of these two concepts not only makes sense, it is an obvious advancement for fans of rap, animation, humor, and Texas pride. Although clever, it is perhaps lucky that Trill City came up with it first. And while biters should never be condoned, it was inevitable that it would be copied.