Drake ‘Ghostwriter’ Quentin Miller — Drizzy Got Me Here … But I Don’t Write …

25 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Drake Collaborators Respond to Ghostwriter Controversy.

Meek Mill recently said Drake doesn’t “write his own raps,” causing Lupe Fiasco to write a note on Instagram about how some of the best raps are by ghostwriters — but Quentin Miller, who’s written with Drake before, wrote his own note Thursday clarifying that he is “not and never will be a ‘ghostwriter’ for Drake.” “I’m proud to say we’ve collaborated,” he wrote in a post on his Tumblr. “But I could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together.” Mill listed Miller’s name in a single tweet as part of his series of tweets about Drake, but Miller maintains that his relationship with Drake is collaborative. “I remember him Showing me the thank you notes in NY before the album dropped,” Miller wrote. “Showing me the QM, telling me they put me on the credits (Ghostwriter???) … He attached my name to something that touched the world.”

Quentin Miller, who has been rumored to be Drake‘s ghostwriter, has spoken out about the nature of his collaboration with the superstar hip-hop artist.Rapper and alleged Drake ghostwriter Quentin Miller has found himself in the center of notoriety after both Meek Mill and OG Maco both pinged him responsible for much of the success of Hip-Hop’s biggest attraction. Most of the project was done before i came in the picture.. i remember him playing it for me for the first time thinking “Why am I here?” like.. what does he need me for?? He says Drake invited him to the studio where the aspiring rapper witnessed Drake craft If Youre Reading This Its Too Late. “I watched this man piece together words in front of me,” Miller writes. “I watched him write/ replace bars 2- 3 at a time on 6pm in NY.. I witnessed him light up, go in and freestyle madonna.” Miller is credited for work on six songs on the album, including “10 Bands,” which Funkmaster Flex released a version from Miller that was similar to Drake’s.

Everyone seems to be finding their chill as we roll into the weekend, but we’re not finished with Drizzygate just yet: Quentin Miller, the rapper Meek named as the true lyrical force behind Drake’s raps, has taken to Tumblr to dispute that claim. Funkmaster Flex recently leaked audio of a “10 Bands” reference track that showcased Quentin Miller do a little more than “collaborating,” but O.K.

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