The Plot Thickens: Quentin Miller's "10 Bands" Reference Track For Drake Surfaces
Someone grab the popcorn because this beef isn't going away any time soon.
The Twittersphere has been in an uproar for the past 24 hours after Meek Mill went on a jaw-dropping rant in which he took shots at Nicki's ex, and alleged Drake doesn't write his own rhymes.
Meek Milly's claims that OVO's QB actually has a ghostwriter gave hip-hop purists a conniption while simultaneously thrusting the name Quentin Miller into the forefront. Miller, an Atlanta artist, is credited for various songs from Drizzy's If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late.
Wednesday night (July 22) Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex threw his hat into the ring by spinning Miller's "10 Bands" reference track, which was given to Drake. Although we're unsure when this was recorded, according to Flex, Miller received $5,000 a month from the 6 God's label and it was someone from October's Very Own's camp who sent Flex the track.
Listen to the track below.