Quentin Miller (left)
During Meek Mill’s Twitter outburst where he accuses Drake of using ghostwriters, he dropped the name Quentin Miller. Everyone has since been scrambling to find out more information on who QM is.
What’s known is that he’s received writing credits for five songs on Drizzy’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. The tracks include “10 Bands,” “6 Man,” “Used To,” “Know Yourself,” “No Tellin” and “Know Yourself.”
Miller is also credited on Drake’s collaboration with Meek Mill titled “R.I.C.O.,” off ofDreams Worth More Than Money. A song Meek claims Drake wrote none of.
According to Complex, Miller is an artist from Atlanta and a member of the group WDNG Crshrs. Other reports estimate that he’s been a part of the OVO camp for about a year.
In December 2014, Miller released a mixtape titled Hey, Thanks a Lot 2. On one song in particular, “Cinematic,” he uses a flow that sounds similar to Drake’s. It was produced by one of Drizzy’s go-to beat makers, Boi-1da.
Take a listen below and let us know what you think about this brewing controversy. If Drake does use ghostwriters does it make a difference to you?