Atlanta's Pill might be best known for his gruff Southern rhymes, but he's decided to expand his horizons. The Warner Bros. recording artist has announced that he contributed to filming of a documentary on poverty in America, with a high profile premiere date set to take place at the U.N. Summit in Geneva, Switzerland.

"Got great news the other day that a small documentary I did about poverty in America will be shown in Geneva, Switzerland at the UN summit," tweeted the rapper. "After it's shown at the UN Summit I'll make sure to put it online."

The summit, organized by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, will take place on November 25. The international meeting is intended to "encourage new thinking in the areas of trade, investment and innovation" as well as "support developing countries, help them cope with the continuing global financial and economic crisis and respond to structural challenges."

Though it's currently unknown as to the extent of Pill's involvement, the 'Trap Goin' Ham' rapper has been keeping busy, putting in work on his upcoming major label debut 'The Medicine.'