Quentin Miller’s “10 Bands” reference track for Drake surfaces online thanks to Funk Flex.
Last night after Meek Mill called out Drake for not writing his own raps and for having a ghostwriter, the internet went into a frenzy trying to figure out just what & who Meek was talking about. Later, Meek went on to credit an artist named Quentin Miller for Drake’s hits and was then cosigned by OG Maco.
After we did some digging of our own today to find out more about this Quentin Miller (which you should read here), Hot 97’s own Funkmaster Flex decided to take to the airwaves tonight and leak the reference track that Miller recorded for Drake’s “10 Bands” song.
"I got this from someone in Drake's camp," Flex said. "They reached out. They saw me keeping it 100 on [Instagram.]"
And according to Flex's unknown source, Drake is paying Miller $5,000 per month from the OVO Sound Label.
Take a listen to the 1 minute 40 second snippet below and let us know what you think of all this.