Quentin Miller is still best known as the guy who cowrote multiple tracks on Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late, but he's a rapper in his own right, as he proves across his new tape Q.M. On "Arkham Asylum," it's easy to see the trajectory from Drake's dark mixtape to where Quentin is now, as he jumps into recognizable flows due to their large influence over the last three years. Here, he's joined by Hit-Boy, another artist who's full of ideas and always ready to collaborate. If you've been craving some icy, minimal raps that filter Mobb Deep's Hell On Earth through Atlanta, this is exactly where you want to be. Listen to Quentin's full new tape here.
Straight from the basement (crazy)
Now my next guest in the pavement (crazy)
Sex when I want it (crazy), paid on the daily (crazy)
Yeah, link with my people (crazy)
Shots of tequila (crazy), text from a female (crazy)