Atlanta's Quentin Miller has consistently shown that he has a pen of gold. He's proved this with his writing credits for Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late. After that, it helped him land some features with some major players such as Travis $cott, Trae the Truth and more. His catalog has some strong records that prove this as well. With his latest project Falco, he received some features from Pusha T and Hit-Boy as well. Today he returns with his new record "Unexplained Freestyle."
Miller comes back with a short and sweet recap on what's been happening. It's almost like a stream of consciousness. He intros the song with "When you change, they gonna say you changed," before he gets into his verse. The track is appropriately titled, Miller is quite clear that he doesn't feel the need to explain himself to others, even when they are constantly looking for an explanation from him. He accepts the changes in his life and moves forward, leaving who ever that can't keep up, behind.
With production by Canadian hit-maker, Murda Beatz, the two of them prove they're a solid combination. Murda Beatz' production compliments Quentin's groggy voice well on this. The song starts off on a more low-key note, Miller's vocals sound like they were recorded at 3 in the morning but his voice builds up in passion throughout the song.
He recently dropped his "4:21 Freestyle" a few days back too so it's safe to say there is no shortage of content from Quentin Miller at all. Quentin Miller stays making fire songs that are surely meant to pump the bass in the whip.
Flex like that nigga Triple H did
Stunt like I'm in the X games
Fuck tryna explain
These niggas just want to hate me anyway