When Meek Mill lashed out at Drake on Twitter a few hours ago, he capped off his overly-exposive 30-tweet rantwith a name-drop. He tweeted out the name Quentin Miller, suggesting that he is the one who is ghostwriting for the Canadian rapper. We did a little research on him and here’s what we found.
To begin with, Mr. Miller has been credited for writing some of Drake’s songs, indeed. According to Wikipedia, has contributed to “10 Bands,” “Know Yourself,” “No Tellin’,” “Used To” featuring Lil Wayne, and “6 Man.”
As you can see, Quentin is far from the only person, who has written for Drake and if you take a look at the credits all of his previous albums, you will see for yourself that the Toronto native has been working with multiples songwriters throughout his entire career. Should you be surprised? No, after all he is a major label artist and that’s not something unusual nowadays. However, Meek’s accusation goes further than that. He is claiming Miller has provided more than a few bars to Drake and is ghostwriting for him, meaning he has tons of uncredited work.
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