"Having hoes is new to me, having money is new to me."
Things have certainly changed for Quentin Miller since he was unveiled as the lyrical mastermind behind several Drake songs. His newfound success is a paradox -- the whole ghostwriting saga gave him opportunities he would never have had otherwise, but his name will always be tied to Champagne Papi. He addresses the most recent chapter of his life in “Cliché," his most honest song yet.
Miller channels his inner Ty Dolla $ign, making every word count as he sings to the woman who he had foresaken, presumably because all of the other women throwing themselves in his direction.
How do you like this side of QM?
Did the fame make him worse, did he change for the better
She said she had enough, she wants to leave and I'mma let her
Even if she did give me her heart, I'mma mess her up
Should have kept it real from the start, but I messed up