It's hard to argue that Quentin Miller isn't one of the most talented songwriters in hip hop. However, his name is constantly being dragged into the Drake ghostwriting scandal. Pusha T brought it back up on his new album Daytona in the song "Infrared." In a subliminal yet clear shot at Drake, Push raps, "It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin." Which swiftly prompted Drake to fire back on "Duppy Freestyle." Shortly after, Quentin dropped off a new song with Ty Dolla $ign and now follows it with his latest release, "Rental Cars."
Quentin Miller drops off his second song in the matter of days with "Rental Cars..." QM takes on the the role of both rapper and producer on the track. It's a smooth track that further proves Quentin Miller as one of the most overlooked artists out right now.
It looks like QM has a lot of music he's readying to let loose. After dropping two new singles, the rapper hit Twitter today to reveal that he'll be "Addressing everything with this next one.... Once and for all..." It looks like he's tired of people bringing his name up in whatever beef Drake is involved in. We'll see what he has to say on his next single but for now, we could vibe out to his latest track, "Rental Cars..."
I know, I know, they can't stand me
Everything I do, outstanding
They don't know, they don't know, they can't see
They ain't woke, they ain't woke but they can be