Despite how talented Quentin Miller is, it feels like Drake's ghostwriting allegations will always overshadow how talented he actually is. His talents were put on display on Drake's If You're Reading It's Too Late, but the controversy surrounding the project seemed to have a bigger affect on Quentin's career than Drake's. Despite the fact that it's been three years since IYRTITL came out, the ghostwriting controversy surfaced once again on Pusha T's "Infrared." Since then, Drake has busted shots back at Push and Nicki came to Drake's defense about his songwriting abilities. As promised, Quentin Miller addresses everything on his latest track, "Destiny Freestyle."
Quentin Miller drops off his third single of the past week with "Destiny Freestyle." The rapper's latest single was produced by Lyle LeDuff and he doesn't shy away from speaking on Nicki Minaj, Drake and Pusha T on the song. Quentin goes in on the second verse and within a few bars, addresses Nicki Minaj's comments on Drake over the weekend. "Nicki goin' off, she ain't never met me," he raps before jumping into writing on Drake's project. At the end of the track, he says, "I'm more than just a prop, you know? Or a pawn. I'm a person too, you know? I didn't ask for none of this," which seems to be a response to Pusha T name dropping him on "Infrared."
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Mike-Will, Metro, they 'bout as old as me
Want to mentioned with them, not just some old beef
If You're Reading This was like 2015
I lost a leg in '16