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Funk Flex Releases Reference Track Of Quentin Miller Rapping Drake’s “10 Bands” (AUDIO)


(AllHipHop News) Drake may have some explaining to do. DJ Funkmaster Flex has released a reference track of rapper Quentin Miller spitting “10 Bands.” The track is credited as a Drake song on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late with Que listed as a co-writer.

Miller was thrust into the limelight last night when both Meek Mill and OG Maco claimed the rhymer was more than just co-writing with Drake. They suggested Miller was Drizzy’s full on ghostwriter. From the sound of Flex’s leak, it appears Meek and Maco were telling the truth.

Funk Flex wrote this on Instagram:

We gonna get to the bottom of this…. Incase we forgot… Big, Jay, Nas, Kendrick, J.cole handle the pen… If your mentioned in that list you know what that means!!! Yall other radio TV and bloggers watch this close… If he writes himself then he deserves an apology… If he doesn’t write then he’s a f*cking FRAUD!!! That means them emotions ain’t his…. That means what u claiming is story book…And if this industry is ok with that I understand stand… But where I f*cking come from that’s means you a great record maker but NOT a great lyricist!!!!! Theres a f*cking difference if you claiming king!!! Dr Dre never wrote but we love him the same… But there’s a place for that type of rapper!!! You don’t get mentioned with the greatest!!!! So for people who say it doesn’t matter your wrong !!!! To a lyricist it’s everything.

[ALSO READ: Here Are 10 Artists That Have Had Issues With Drake]

Listen to Quentin Miller’s reference track and Drake’s version of “10 Bands” below.

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  • Aku-Aku from Crash Bandicoot

    Oh shit!

  • Reblogged this on HUEY mix wit RILEY.

  • J Burn

    Reference track… Dudes submit these all the time…. Smh

  • I_AM_Houston

    lol….he aint got no delivery tho. but damn drake, it sound like you might have to admit some things.

  • Jovaughn

    A lot more rappers need to use a ghostwriter based on all the shltty music that has been put out over the past few years.

    • Anthony Mason

      It still comes out s***ty….

      It’s all about perception, Drakes best stuff would have been thrown in the trash in 1998.

  • Well sometimes it’s hard to stay creative. I honestly believe alot more rappers got ghostwriter than what we think. I mean, how you running multi-million dollar businesses, got clothing lines, vodka & spirits, etc. And still have time to write a hit every time they drop.

  • I personally don’t like it when artist use ghost writers where’s ya skills?!

  • Dointer

    You can either be a rapper, who lacks writing and skills of using the imagination and therefore needs a ghost writer….. OR you can be a rapper who has a creative mind, a high skill of writing and the ability to convey images and emotions in listeners. IF YOU ARE THIS KIND OF RAPPER ( SKILLED) YOU WILL NEVER NEED A GHOSTWRITER and will never run out of material. Names that come to mind–Nas, Jada, Styles P, Beanie, Kool G Rap, Ransom,Fab, AZ, Tragedy Khadafi, Cormega…..

    EDIT: Styles just dropped a new tape a few days ago(Do You Believe In Ghost Stories) . Dude has eternal bars.

    • coldPissa

      And many more

      • Dointer

        Many many many more.. They are just my favorites.

    • Savimbi

      Thank you sir.

    • Eli Pinilla

      You must be a big Ransom fan to just throw homies name in there like that lol

      • Dointer

        I know what you mean.I feel he is on the same page as Styles & Beanie but he just started a few years later. Im a big fan of the Pain & Glory mixtapes and album.

      • cromthelaughinggod7

        Ransom has f*cking incredible albums. Last joint every single beat and topic I have to admit is fire. He is not as lyrical as the people homie mentioned in that list because they all rhyme way better than him but he’s better than meek mill.

      • Dointer

        Ransom gets me because of the passion he puts into his stuff. You can literally feel his emotions.

    • NCcatsBALLhard

      Ransom from the Ruff Ryder Vol 1?

      • Dointer

        Ransom from NJ. Used to be with Hitchcock in the A-Team and Fab,Paul Cain, Stack Bundles, Budden on Desert Storm. < That was a formidable team.

  • 2Gees

    It’s fucked up that they are using a reference track to bury drake. Yeah he used the track to right but all the other stuff is his. In fact the second verse is the most memorable part and that isn’t on the reference track. Plenty of rappers and singers use these. Hell he is in the song for writers credit. Stuff like this happens all the time when a more popular artist gets ahold of a song a producer made. Hell for all we know the producer made the concept for the song. I’m not buying it. There are way too many Drake songs and even down to him on the radio as an up and comer to say that he can’t rap. Thanks for pointing it out Meek. Now go get a vocal coach to stop screaming and rambling on every song.

    • ilexx

      It’s just kinda interesting to hear people say, well he gave him writing credit on the album, well you damn right, he gave him a hook, a verse and a flow. Let’s just call it what it is, he gave him a song. Cool.

      But he really gave him 6 songs that largely contributed to the feel of the overall album:

      Legend, 10 Bands, Know Yourself, No Tellin, Used To and 6 Man.

      He is credited as a writer on all 6 of those songs.

  • Eli Pinilla

    All these nggz suck!!! Kendrick, Krit, and Gibbs; nuff said. ….I see the Drake nut huggers are making excuses for him just like they did for Rick Ross when his fraud ass lied. I blame the fans!! F*ck all these whack ass dudes. The game been fake and all theses fake ass dudes just outing each other…..

    • Savimbi

      The drake hive is sick right now lol

      • Anthony Mason

        “Hive mind”…..

    • Anthony Mason

      Did I not predict this a month and a half ago?……Yeah they are self destructing like I said. I told people this is the game……smh…

  • coldPissa

    Uhhhhh, I thought everyone already knew Drake is an actor playing a rapper? No shade just the facts, he’s done a damn good at it too

  • Damien Sandwow

    Doesn’t mean much to me… it’s not like Drake will ever be listed among the top 10 or 20 lyricists of all time.

    • Roberto Ciamora

      Maybe not to you or me, but with the amount of success and critical acclaim he gets, 10 years from now there is a good chance people will be adding him to those lists. That’s why this is such a big deal to people, he’s widely considered one of today’s best by a lot of folks.

  • Age

    CLAUDELIVES 😎

  • Age

    2016

  • YM061

    SMH man WTF

  • Digg

    So when we heard drunk in love when jay z stole basically future cadance and words … We gave jay a pass

  • W.$.G.T.$

    Noah ’40’ Shebib broke down this whole “ghost writing” shit properly on Twitter, and I couldn’t agree more. If you haven’t done so yet, peep it.

    Drake is as original as it gets. All that emotional shit, that comes from his ass. Consistently dropping hits since 08-09 is all him. Having dude (Quentin Miller) assist with a song or two (literally) don’t mean shit.

    • rocnation30

      Well written homie … Ppl on hear crazy..

    • Anthony Mason

      This is all to push sales for meek and to drum up sales for Drakes release. Drake is cool with Ross….They are all in bed together…no homo….

    • Slim

      But how do we know if this is the 1st time Drake did this… he could of had soooo many other Ghost Written Tracks… You guys talk as if you all know Drake personally and you all know the facts

  • VENDETTA

    still think yuall reaching though..im a big jayz fan, but hov did this mad times,..in fact camron put out a whole swagger jacking mix about it…drake clearly changed the lines up and made it his and although im not a fan , if this is why meek out here dry snitching he made himself look real retarded. and once again, i thought rappers beef through music……its a lot of talking going on

    • Slim

      Meek is a Hood Niqqa From Philly, Rap Beef is not real to him… plus wouldnt that be sneak dissing?? I Feel like he could write watever he wants, whenever he wants to

      • VENDETTA

        maybe your right…but if nas and jay, kiss and beans, pac and big, etc can go in the studio and aire a nigga out then so can meek, hes not that big(pause)…instead of on twitter..ijs

  • Gap Tooth Bruce

    My 2cents on this Drake vs Meek issue….A question was asked of me by one of my friends and I said “Not taking up for this dude (Drake) but at this point does it matter it’s all ENTERTAINMENT! Are we really being this serious about who wrote what? Michael Jackson has mega, mega, mega, hits and he didn’t write all of them did we nail him to the cross?…..NO….WHY? Because the songs he presented to the public were great. Not comparing the KING to drake but dude makes some hot songs and you can’t deny that! We just in a place right now where HATE is at a ALLTIME HIGH! Even the rappers who winning Hating……THE IRONY! LOL

    • I feel you but when in hip hop did ghostwriter become acceptable. It’s a taboo, even in battle rapping if someone says you’ve got a ghostwriter that’s a severe blow.

      • Anthony Mason

        It’s all about the money to Drake bruh…..

      • rocnation30

        Ghostwriting became acceptable once puffy sold over 50 million records doin it

      • rocnation30

        Oh yeah and dr dre

      • Savimbi

        Puffy never claimed to be the best rapper tho

    • RapItUp

      I’m with Rebel.. You’re trying to mesh the genres. This ain’t Pop. And as much of a Bobby Brown that Drake think he might be, he doesn’t have the luxury of putting out hits like Whitney without the writing credits. This is hip-hop. You went out on the block with another mans 16’s and you better not come back in the cypher again. Ain’t none of that ‘great hit’ mess. If he wants to be Vanillla Ice, be that. But don’t get up on them tracks acting like you bringing all that heat against the tried and true and you just doing what your homie say do. Nah playa!

      • Gap Tooth Bruce

        Ok so answer this….whose version sounds better? Clearly Drake for 1…..for 2 maybe this other artist involved in the writting process uses this avenue as a side hustle write for well established artist for ah check….who is Meek to knock his hustle and blow up the spot…Maybe Drake stop cutting them checks to ole boy now because Meek out here dry snitching and flex out here STRAIGHT SNITCHING! ALL I’M SAYING!

      • ilexx

        Nobody is denying that it sounded better when Drake said it but I will give you a good comparison.

        Imagine if Versace came out and it was just Drake on it, same verse he used and he did the hook and shit. You listening saying it was the shit, Drake is killing the game xyz. But that flow was someone else’s.

        This case is worse because Drake took the flow and only changed a couple words around.

        If people felt like this was a remix to a song then ok fine but nah, you can be a hitmaker all day but you aren’t a hip hop lyricist.

      • RapItUp

        I ain’t knocking the hustle mayne.. Meek might be, albeit in terrible taste (on twitter/Instagram and not on wax) it is a legitimate concern for the hip hop community for reasons noted above. Drake can sound better doing the reference track, and whoever else hands him a sheet of paper or BlackBerry with some lyrics.. He just need to adjust his tone on the mic acting like he kickin them live nxgga raps when he’s essentially degrassi 2.0!

    • rocnation30

      Well written homie… But to add to that hiphop is the only field where actually writing your own shit counts … you can’t brag about saying u the top lyricist behind the great JAYZ but you don’t write your own stuff that’s the whole point… But I will say this what has been proven… ??? A dude rapped over “10 bands” who is on OVO anyways… He could’ve rapped over it after drake did?? Just saying ***SHRUGS***

      • ilexx

        He is credited as a writer tho and Flex claims somebody in the OVO camp sent him the track as the reference track Drake used. Just saying…

    • Brindle

      Something in you should know the difference between an emcee and a pop artist. Step your standards up

      • Gap Tooth Bruce

        What does that have to do with anything I posted? Step your reading skills up!

      • Brindle

        Read your comment again bruh. You compared this to MJ. Your thoughts shouldn’t have even gone there. Then you typed it

      • Slim

        You cant compare rapping to Pop music…. Singers and rappers are two different things

      • staticb62

        Drizzy blurs that line. For me, where he stands musically makes it difficult for me to know how to feel about this.

      • Brindle

        That’s what’s strange to the older crowd to understand. We didn’t care how we felt, we stuck to the rules.

      • staticb62

        I’m older bro. I just moved away from a lifetime of straight rap at some point and started appreciating music in general. If Drake’s music didn’t wasn’t so genre spanning I’d look at him like I would any other rapper and wouldn’t feel cool at all about it. I feel the same way about Ye. I remember the Wu saying that It’s Yours beat was hard to rap on as it was structured so far out of the norm. I could see Drake getting help with the structure with the result sounding like hip hop but not hip hop at the same time.

        Q.M. didn’t sound that good on the ref track, but his own material sounds way different and is actually fire. There’s also the question of was it Drake’s lyrics and Q’s help with the flow? Did helping with the flow lead to the mingling of words? If that’s the case, given the complexity of the beats is that truly off in that scenario? However, if Drake really didn’t do the verse on Meek’s joint then that throws that out the window, and then the question of being fake becomes clear. Hence, my confusion on how to feel about this.

      • Brindle

        I’m older too homie, LOL, a black Al Bundy with college and prison time years ago so I feel you when it comes to just loving good music. But I was a rapper and am still a hip-hop head. To me, we can’t allow the rules to change just to make ot easier. Next thing you know Taylor Swift will be spitting verses.

  • Slick Guy

    Wow!!!!! Drake really a “Fraud” ya’ll!

    He said the same verse damn near word for word!

    I knew this dude was fake when he was on Funk Flex show and he was reading his freestyle off his Blackberry! Plus this guy was a kid actor from Canada, so he definitely knows how to play the role of a “Real Rapper” well. Dude acting skills are good! He fooled everybody!

    • rocnation30

      How you know drake didn’t already have his shit done and the miller just went over it ??? Sorta like how cats be doin mix tapes ….**SHRUGS**

  • RapItUp

    Lol @ Flex giving Jay those props, despite that recent slick talk and anti-Jay campaign.. We ain’t forgot homie. Jay be silencing them radio personalities like STAT!

    • Roberto Ciamora

      Dude, you do know it is possible to hate somebody personally and still give them respect where it’s due right??

      • rocnation30

        Yeah it’s possible but if you hate a dude just hate the dude don’t suck his ***k … Like u are tight tho… GTFOH… SHRUGS”

      • RapItUp

        Pretty much what rocnation said down there. Because even with personal hate, all that he was flapping about a few months prior (I think? Time flies) he could’ve remembered some of that respect and props then too. But you don’t hear me though

      • Roberto Ciamora

        To be honest, I’m not even aware of anything Flex said about Jay. It’s just a general statement though. I grew up a fan of the Giants and rooted for the Cowboys to lose all the time but it never made me a big enough asshole to try and deny how talented Emmit Smith and Micheal Irvin were. Just have to be realistic about shit.

      • RapItUp

        I’m with you yo.. I always give respect to the other side when due.. But perhaps you should check out all flex was doing recently and then maybe you’ll see why I took the time to post what I said.

  • The Legendary Troll

    Flex is really in his emotions over nothing

    • Shawn Williams

      Wat u mean, flex is old school, when dat shit meant everything, r u new school or wat, either way, go get some knowledge bruh

  • ilexx

    I agree with everything Funk Flex said.

    You can’t take his hits from him, he clearly knows how to make hits but he can’t be in the league for greatest lyricist if he isn’t the main author behind his lyrics and flow.

    • Anthony Mason

      When they see the $ they lose inspiration . Furthermore….knowing the inner workings causes them to not even care….

  • chosenxeno

    I can tell you not a rapper lol

  • The Legendary Troll

    If niggas can forgive ross for being a C.O. then they will let this go

    • Gap Tooth Bruce

      Thank you….or Game being a male stripper, or Wayne kissing baby in the mouth, or countless other BS that goes on in Entertainment….it is what it is. What was the main reason for Ross’s success when he went up against 50? His music was hot didn’t matter he had a job as a C.O. then turned into a drug kingpin people don’t care as long as the music is good nowdays!

      • Brindle

        You got all Milli Vanillis albums huh?

      • Celz

        I don’t rock with none of them dudes..

      • Aku-Aku from Crash Bandicoot

        Or Young Thug wearing a skirt and calling other men hubby.

    • Celz

      I don’t forgive fucc shyt..

    • You might want to change your profile photo…

    • MassConglom

      I’d rather listen to a C.O. who writes his own raps then a dude who everyone is calling the best paying out $5000 a month to a ghostwriter for sevices rendered.

      • The Legendary Troll

        A C.O. claiming hes a drug lord? the game has changed bruh

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  • JD

    All true statements.

  • Roberto Ciamora

    Nothing surprises me anymore. Kanye and Wayne have been known to have ghostwriters for years now, it isn’t as if this is some kind of once in a lifetime shocker. Rap music in general these days with a few exceptions works the same as bubble gum pop – they find somebody with the right look or voice, hire a team of the hottest producers and up and coming song writers to make music for them, and have them go on stage and get their “Britney Spears” on with it. It’s no coincidence that the same producers working with your favorite rappers are also working with Miley Cyrus, both genres in general these days follow the same formula.

    That’s why the success of kids like Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole is so important. I’m not the words biggest fan of either but at least their not manufactured and have a little credibility to go with their plaques.

    • wayne and kanye having ghost writers? Come on now? Do you not listen to the shi* they say? No one else would even bare to think of the things they say! LoL!

      • Celz

        Explain the Kendrick All Day reference track…

    • Kanye is mostly a producer with a mic. He’s never going to get mentioned as a hip hop lyricist in the same lane as Big or Tupac. So he’s basically in the same lane as Dre. But Drake doesn’t produce and his main claim to fame is supposedly being an emcee. When a person discovers that aspect of him is fraud and he possesses no other talent to contribute as an individual to the culture, he becomes 100% fraud. Drake cannot be compared to Dr. Dre or Kanye.

  • Brindle

    Having a ghost writer should never be acceptable in hip-hop to anyone, fan or artist. If you’re a producer who wants to rap occasionally (Dre) cool. Those of you who feel it’s acceptable do not understand the music or its purpose. Hip hop is about being in touch with the individual. Great emcees can reverse it and get in touch with the masses as an individual. If you think it’s OK, you’re the problem. If you think we’re taking it too serious, there’s people around you that feel you have no back bone but just don’t say anything

    • Roberto Ciamora

      Sign of the times, sadly. Didn’t always use to be this way. Remember way back in the day they had that chick “Boss” that was actually a pretty decent rapper, but once people found out her image was false that was the end of the bitch. In Modern times, Rick Ross blew up bigger when people found out he was a fraud.

      • Brindle

        Exactly. She was dope. It was sad to see her go she had to go. I think that’s the difference with these youngsters, they accept the fake rather than spend the energy to find and support the real.

      • TheAfroRican

        Word. I am still in shock that MC Serch wrote for her.

    • gurdyghost

      Having a Ghostwriter is a sin in hip hop…..no if ,and or buts about it.

    • jacksjus

      What does it matter when in reality most things coming from a rapper’s mouth is a lie to begin with?

      Does it matter who wrote Lil Wayne’s murder rhymes when we know he isn’t a murderer to begin with?

      Your logic makes no sense. Good music is good music. I don’t care if it took 20 people to write it if it’s a good listen.

      • Brindle

        If most things are lies now a days, then don’t settle for it, and there’s an understood curve, ex: Cube never gang banged but was surrounded by it and heavily influenced by it so he put the life out there lyrically, this is a thin unspoken line, but Cube has always said “I don’t bang I write the good rhymes/the whole sceenary reminding me of good times” he was quick to admit it. Easy E said “ice cube writes the rhymes that I say” in his song… also, I dislike Lil Wayne for the same reason you just gave… now enjoy the mainstream radio

  • Leonard Tarver

    Drake writes R&B songs for people and you don’t see him actin’ nuts…

    • Brindle

      R&B? This is hip hop!!

      • Leonard Tarver

        The point is that he writes music for others too

      • Brindle

        But in the convo of hip-hop, that point is pointless

      • Yep!

      • Leonard Tarver

        How is it pointless? Singers dont write their own music but they get all the credit. But I dont like the industry for that reason. Its very few that are original. A lot of yall dont even know that the sugar hill gang song was completely the lyrics of another artist. The whole song was stolen. But it was a Hit…

      • Brindle

        we know that about Sugar Hill, but again, I don’t care if Luther Vandross wrote a song for Beyonce… your standards for a hiphop artists originality should be hire than your standards for r&b

      • Say word!

    • Two-Inch Killa

      n u blieve thats true if he written for other people don’t think he would need ghost writer

      • Leonard Tarver

        He may have. I don’t know and neither do you…

      • Two-Inch Killa

        bigs thats a str8 contradiction!!!!!!

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  • Noble Silence

    I “heard” parts of Nas’s Untitled (“N” word) album were written and/or
    influenced by Jay Electronica and Dead Prez’s. IF this were true would
    it denote Nas’s catalouge or GOAT status? P.S…Kendrick, J.Cole, Vince
    Staples are my top 3 of this new generation with Drake lurking behind
    for his wordplay & hit-making skills.

    • Savimbi

      Both Jay e and dead prez came out and debunked those allegations.

      • Noble Silence

        Being politically correct they did. As a hypothetical…IF it were true would Nas’s legacy be erased?

      • Celz

        Man stop sticking up for Drake. He’s a great song writer, his pop status is legendary.. But on some emcee or street ish he’s fish food.. Dude stole a whole Rappin 4 Tay verse like niccas forgot the verse was on a nationwide charting single.. Drake is the corniest nicca alive.. Yea he’s musically talented, pulls bad bitches, and is rich.. But he decided to be a pop rapper so he needs to stay in his lane..

      • Real sh*t right there!

      • bubbylana

        Chuuch

      • TheAfroRican

        Get ’em!

      • Noble Silence

        I’m simply saying that the dude has an entire body of work that is being dismissed for one alleged hook & verse that may have been penned by someone else. Real talk I have never seen or bought one the homies songs in my life, but I certainly will not follow gossip and down a man who’s work i dig. Do i want this to be some B.S…fo sho but more importantly, Drake being a fraud does more damage for the game than not. We need more nice lyricists, rappers, emcees…whatever you want to call them because Future, Wiz, Meek, Thugger, Migos, that I’m In Love with the CoCo Nig#a aint gonna cut it. There are maybe 7-8 superstars in the rap game…Kanye, Lil Wayne, 50 Cent (old), Rick Ross, Drake, Kendrick, Nicki, Eminem (old), Hov (old) who you can consider “lyricists”. Drake not being the list kills the game & Meek certainly does not fill his shoes.

      • Celz

        His body of work is weak bro.. Niccas respect his bars. But trust me no serious hip hop heads had Drake on their radar.. You’re crazy if you think dude could even hang with a nicca like King Los.. His catalog is club music, his emotional dealings with women, and fake thug boasts..

      • Noble Silence

        Your buggin to say his body of work is weak but your entitled to your opinion. I forgot about King Los…hes nice but he tries too hard to be deep and he will probably never have a hit that anyone cares about. Dude has bars though. Respect on the Drake subject matter. Dude picked a lane that works. Kendrick has black people & gang unity covered, Ross has rich drug dealer living covered, Cole has the round the way ni##a just doing his thing covered…Drake may not be for you but you also cant knock his hustle. Aside from that WHO IS “REAL” in the rap game?! All of it is WWF. I’m not defending Drake…just defending my point of view.

      • Celz

        Drake is a song writer not a lyricist. Song writers get Grammy’s and other awards, more money, etc etc.. He’s not a top tier rapper.. I’m just telling it like it is.. You think you can compare him to Nas or Kendrick? Drake is talented just in a different lane..

      • Noble Silence

        Def not Nas or Kendrik…much different lanes. Point taken!

      • Noble Silence

        I hear what your saying and part of me can even agree. Here is my perspective, the talent pool right now for “lyricism” is so weak these days. The rappers who really got bars (King Los, Vince Staples, Jay Electronica, Mick Jenkins, Earl Sweatshirt, etc) have no hits and will probably never have hits and/or popularity. With exception to Kendrick & Cole…who else is there? Drake however has genuine bars & popularity…to the caliber of GOAT status (Hov, BIG, Kane, Nas, Pac, etc) maybe not. By today’s popular standards…DEFINITELY. Even if the ghostwriter deal is true it still does not put him in a GOAT conversation but as a lyricist I would still give him his due unless he was proven without a shadow of a doubt to consistently have “contributors” for his music, Until then I will weigh heavier on his body of work then one reference track.

      • Noble Silence

        Los is nice but will NEVER have a hit. I could care less if Drake can’t hang with Los on a freestyle. Los needs to go play with Jay Electronica to see who can be the deepest with no hits or sales. I dig lyricism a lot, but it means nothing in the game if you do not connect with a mass audience. Kendrick/Cole connect & have hits, I can respect them. What is a “serious hip-hop head” is 2015?! LMAO

      • Malik

        Chill man, I’m running out of upvotes, damn.

      • Noble Silence

        I’m ‘sticking up” for him because I as well think he’s a great songwriter. Maybe his cred is tarnished if the allegations are true. If so I still think he’s nice. I could care less about “street cred” unless a ni#@as bars are feeding me something to make me grow in some manner. Yeah he IS corny, I will agree. Drake is still nicer than Meek for sure, even if Meek is “the realest”. I just hate to see him buried like his body of work has no weight.

      • DJstizzy Storm

        THEY WERE SUPPOSED TO DENY IT.

    • DJstizzy Storm

      NAS AIN’T THE GOAT

      • ghettogov

        Thats debatable. All goat discussion are based on perspective. Only a few rappers could be associated with that title and Nas is one of those guys.

      • Noble Silence

        Okay ni#@a he’s not, me included. To many he is but that’s not my point.

    • ghettogov

      Jay E produced queens get the money and dead prez said they did some hook work. I will say queens get the money sounded a little like Jay electronica but them niggas wasnt around when he wrote illmatic it was written or stillmatic. It doesn’t make sense for Nas to use them unless they were writing him a single which wasn’t the case. He has proven his pen game is strong and has ghost wrote himself.

    • ghettogov

      Nas denied it… Drake didn’t.

      • Noble Silence

        Good point.

    • Malik

      You are talking about that mess Dream Hampton perpetuated.

      The songs she alleged Dead Prez ghostwrote for Nas was originally Dead Prez songs, completely laced with hooks and all. When Nas reached out to Stic.man to be a part of the production team on ‘Untitled’, Stic brought those songs to the table and Nas chose the ones he liked and wrote to it and some had the chorus re-done while some chorus where left intact.

      Now enters Dream Hampton who’s had the opportunity to hear those Dead Prez records prior but didn’t know the background story surrounding Stic.man’s production work on Nas’ ‘Untitiled’. And instead of asking what’s up, she jumped to conclusion and claimed on twitter that Dead Prez made reference tracks for Nas.

      • Noble Silence

        @Malik This is less about Nas & more about the credibility of his body of work IF they did in fact ghostwrite for him. I personally could care less if anyone contributed to A Nas record because Nas is still NAS. His legacy of classic work stands the test of time. I hear your points loud and clear nonetheless.

  • Noble Silence

    Let’s say Q.Miller did write that hook & verse, it would be one of hundreds of songs that Drake wrote & made hits of. Kanye had muses in Rhymefest, Consequence, Pusha T & Kid Cudi and his catalouge is still sick. Nicki Minaj, Foxy Brown, Lil Kim all has co-writers. Respectfully Nicki’s pen is real as a pop artist. Rick Ross is a formulaic fiction rapper but he still makes hits & gets his street cred. The lines are so blurred & convenient for whats real & fake I don’t see how this is a real conversation. if several Drake hits popped up as ghost written I would feel differently.

    • Celz

      Ross gets street credit.. Foh..

      • Noble Silence

        Ross DOES get street cred from SOMEONE! Not me but to someone. I used the word “fictional” = not real to base that statement. Be easy playboy, we just debating.

      • Noble Silence

        I don’t give Ross credit….someone does though.

    • Slim

      But you must ask yourself, how many other hits has been Ghostwritten… thats just one reference Track…. for all we know, he could have soooo many ghostwritten tracks, it may scare you

      • Noble Silence

        Let’s get the facts straight on the 1 song 1st. I hear you though.

      • Noble Silence

        “May” is the operative word. We KNOW Ross was a C.O but he still has credibility as a street hustler for some strange reason.

  • viciousstyles

    The line “boys tell stories bout the man” was dropped in started from the bottom, and apart from the first verse its not all that similar. I wouldn’t doubt it was cowrote but I don’t think this guy would just chill in the shadows full time to let Drake have his shine.

    • Slim

      NOPE, as a signed Co-Writer they dont pay you to be the star…. They pay you to write to those beats and hand in your work

      • viciousstyles

        You said co-writer though not just the writer.

  • the internet makes you dumb

    how is this news? check both versions of Tuesday and you will see what Drake is about. Drake took the entire verse structure from ILM and put that out with the original ILM verse second. Drake runs with what is hot, that is how he stays on top.

    • Celz

      Wack shyt is hot to wack niccas.. Wack shyt is corny to everyone else.. That’s why dude is a huge social media target.. He’s neck and neck with Iggy for Human Meme of the Year .

  • OnlyTheReal

    Ok……so when Drake’s next album is #1 again and goes platinum again is everyone gonna shake their fists in anger or start listening to country?

    • Celz

      I’ve never listened to Drake. That new Vince Staples and Joey Bad Ass is knocking tho..

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  • Celz

    Damn Flex literally dropped a bomb

    • Not really if you think about it. What TV actor from Canada goes on to dominate hip hop in America without being a constructed fraud? That sh*t sounds like a Disney movie or something.

  • Markus

    This is a new generation of rap listener out here that’s going to have to make a decision. No way back in the day would real MCs like Jay-Z, Nas or Big be supported if they were fake. But new dudes out here buy Young Thug albums like he’s the truth so they probably give Aubrey a pass for this violation. Who names their son Aubrey anyway? Damn.

    • bubbylana

      Young thug and drake are 2 totally beings. Reach-in foul

      • Markus

        Young Thug and Drake are 21st century rappers. New generation rappers. Foul overturned.

      • bubbylana

        So is Kendrick j cole Kanye eminem and lil Wayne. Young thug fans ain’t drake fans and drake fans ain’t young thug fans.The call stands

      • Markus

        Kdot,J.Cole Kanye,yes. Em and Wayne debuted before 2000 so no they’re not. And you completely missed the point I was making with Young Thug. It’s a different era in music now. There are youngsters out here that like his music. Those same fans like the way music is now. And if they can play his music,they can overlook something like Drake being a writing fraud. And why wouldn’t young thug fans like Drake and vice versa? That’s not syncing up right there. They’re both part of why 21st century rap is garbage anyway so it’s all good.

      • mademan3000

        Damn my bad bruh, I posted sorta the same thing before I seen ur comment but I see u know the real also!!!

      • Markus

        Nothing wrong with being on the same page bro. It’s all good.

      • DJstizzy Storm

        kanye doesn’t write his shit either. consequence is 1 of many.

      • Markus

        He’s a producer first and foremost. Nobody is going to mistake him for Jay or Nas. Producers get a pass.

      • bubbylana

        But they made prominence after 2000 so yes they are. But look man for those who appreciate pure lyricism , of course you could never mention someone who has a ghostwriter as the greats I never would mentiondrake as one of the greats in the first place . Although it takes away from the value of the song, some of the greatest songs in music are written or co written by other people. Sad but true even in hiphop. I don’t condone it . And I partially agree we might have a young generation who don’t care and that’s fine but that doesn’t make them sheep a sheep follows the herd of everybody jumpin ship cause someone said he doesn’t write his shit . Who cares just DONT mention dude as top 5 or 10 for that matter. His first mixtape was his best shit.

      • bubbylana

        A young thug fan can’t be a cormega fan? Or a drake fan can’t be a outkast fan? You must be talkin bout STANS. Your point is that their both garbage . Two totally different artists none the less. Don’t be mad at the state of hiphop . I want it to prosper let the game be wide open so we can have a new goat. Niggas be stuck in the golden era so tough it’s like bro, CDs and cassettes over with and its alotta shit that I bet we are all missing out on but if you focus on what popular culture pushes in your face it will advert you attention, negative or positive.

      • mademan3000

        Wayne & Em ain’t no damn 21st century new school rappers! Do u actually know anything bout rap homie!

      • bubbylana

        Stop talking to me . Them niggaz truly had success after 2000! Wtf yo dumbass really talking bout you must be a drake fan

      • mademan3000

        Stop crying and just admit u were wrong, we are all wrong at times fam! No harm, no foul! To back up my statement Wayne had already built a name for himself on CMR & the white boy came outta the door doing 5milli…doesn’t get too much more successful than that! Enjoy ur day!

      • bubbylana

        We can argue bout EM cuz yes his first two came out right before the 21st century his best one Marshall mathers lp came out 2000 . But he wasn’t competing with big and PAC!!! And Wayne ain’t become Wayne until carter 1 . I ain’t wrong bout nothing I know what I’m talking about. Friendly debate

      • that dude

        You mean “stans”?

      • bubbylana

        I guess that was the point dude was making. Young thug fans is ratchet drake fans is moist in my opinion

    • Thought Dog

      Jay-Z and Big weren’t big time drug dealers though.

      • DJstizzy Storm

        they did sell drugs tho.

      • Thought Dog

        Not the amount that you need whale scales for.

      • William Robinson

        Jay z was and big where getting money in the streets are you kidding me

      • Thought Dog

        You seriously believe a dude can advertise an international drug dealing career and not get arrested? John Forte was actually pushing weight and he never mentioned drug dealing in his music.

      • William Robinson

        It’s well documented that Jay was getting money in Virginia back in the day just because forte got caught so what

      • Thought Dog

        You can’t broadcast that stuff through music and not get busted if you’re really doing it. The Clipse talked about this a few years ago when the feds tried busting them for drug trafficking.

    • canadians do

      • Markus

        Lol

  • Meanwhile…. who gives a shit. For me, I’ve never looked to make any musical artist an idol or spokesperson for my ideals, life or aspirations. All I want a musician to do is pump out good music even if that means having a ghostwriter, co-writer, co-producer, whatever.

    Drake isn’t the first to have used a ghostwriter, but I can understand this being such a shock to the current generation who doesn’t have let’s say 10, 15, or even 20 years of music entertainment experience. Case and point, I let me younger nephew hear Quentin’s 10-bands verse and my nephew’s jaw dropped. “How is this possible Uncle Sai?” My nephew is in the 15-20yr old bracket. This is a prime example of what I mean. For the current generation, it’s shocking because it’s mostly a new experience for them. News flash folks “No one can maintain this level of public interest and music variety without a little help.” Snoop even said that when he spoke about using writers to help him with lyrics.

    I do however feel Meek’s plight regarding paying [top dollar] for a verse that might not have been written by Drake. If Drake didn’t write the verse he performed on Meek’s album, I’m 100% sure Meek would have loved to avoid paying Drake’s premium and would rather have paid the original lyricist directly. But then again, we all know, if Drake’s name wasn’t listed as the feature, the track would not have gained the interest and publicity.

    Meanwhile, I do acknowledge potential party fouls on Drake’s part, I have to acknowledge a major party fowl on Meek Mill’s part. Meek’s entire assault on Drake is based on Drake “NOT BEING REAL.” Why didn’t Meek Mill part ways when Rick Ross when the world learned the Rick Ross wasn’t and still isn’t REAL? Hypocrisy.

    As far as anyone with a brain is concerned, Meek Mill doesn’t have the luxury of chastising who is or who isn’t real when Meek his self is aligned with arguably the most blatant FRAUD PERSONA in the history of Hip Hop, Rick Ross.

    • maybe he just meant “not being a real rapper who writes his own lyrics from his own experiences”? dunno

      i like Drake’s music, but i always had a problem with certain lyrics that just never felt authentic to me coming out of his mouth, and now i know why.. because they weren’t his. not al of his lyrics. just mostly the ones when he was trying to portray the tough, street guy role. it’s just not him. regardless, i will def still enjoy his serenades to the ladies

    • Papi Peligro

      Thats a long statement about some meaningless mess. It matters if you write your own rhymes period. Ain’t no lane for an MC that don’t write their own rhymes. Even he’s bragging about writing rhymes for other rappers.

      • Correction Peligro, it matters to “YOU” that an artist writes his own lyrics 100% of the time. This is all a game and fans are the pawns. Fans, like you, will fight tooth and nail to uphold what you have been told is meaningful to the artform. Meanwhile, you never seem to realize that an artist’s image is just the same as an politician’s image. It’s a shame in many instances.

        The artist’s job is to promote/sell an image. Behind closed doors, don’t be surprised that an artist will do many things against the artist code just to keep the perception of being an artist in the public eye going.

        Having said that, it’s evident that writing 100% of his own rhymes is not a priority for Drake. What is a priority for Drake is SALES,
        SALES, and SALES. And I agree with Drake 100%. Get your money. Sell the fans in an image and cash in. Rinse and repeat.

  • Shotgun_Packa

    Foxy Brown somewhere laughing. Jay-z wrote her shit and it was all good. Maybe Nikki minaj was not only hating on FEMALE ARTIST.

  • bubbylana

    Funk flex always puts shit on thick. I guess hip hop / rap is declining it seems like we gotta be stuck with these same group of rappers at the forefront playing reindeer games not necessarily progressing lyrically more so keeping up with the times but it’s really time to move on.

  • In the spirit of Nino Brown, let’s call everybody out ha ha ha!

  • Conscious Black Man ✊💯

    Drake needs to drop a Control verse like Kendrick did and diss everyone to settle the score 💯 It’s the moment Drake it’s your time. If your reading this it’s not to late 💯

    • The Truth✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Drake is going to wait for this to blow over. He ain’t built for shit.

  • WeeddiddouTT

    Nigga gon be like im actually a singer that raps. Time to start singing to these hoes hip hop gettin a lil too think for ya

  • gurdyghost

    Drakes fans doing mental gymnastics right now.

  • At the end of the day….

    • you’re basically calling vanilla ice the g.o.a.t., according to this logic.

      • meanygreene

        not to mention M C hamer!

      • Spanish Harlem Prince

        At the end of the day, even to Meek, “It’s all about the money”. All that being “Greatest etc..” is bullshit. Niggas in rap for the paper, if it wasn’t any money involved half of your favorite mcs wouldn’t exist.

      • Shock

        Jay-Z, Pac, and Eminem are the highest grossing rappers of all time..so not really

      • By my logic, I’m identifying what really matters to some artists. Some artists are purists who strictly adhere to the code of “write your own lyrics.” There are others, like Drake, focus on pumping out the best possible music even if that means leveraging the lyrical talents of others so that he can maximize his bottom line- SALES. Maybe it’s time some fans accept th reality that this is really happening in music. We’re people upset with “Hold On We’re Going Home”? Nope. That song was practically prepackaged and ready to go. Practically no one complained. They just enjoyed the song. And Drake cashed in. Keep it moving.

      • I prefer Jay Z be used for your example, since we’re talking about sales and people who adhere to the strict code of writing their own lyrics.

    • RayStantz

      He must be an OVO employee lol

      • Shit I wish I was an OVO employee. I am however a businessman and I understand the politics and dynamics of what makes a product sale. I’m just blown away hat you cats don’t realize politicians and musicians are often the same. They are selling image and will do anything to sell the best image they can. It’s business, get over it.

      • RayStantz

        Yeah I know… that’s what all you type of cats use to justify everything. Everything is justifiable in the name of profit. Forget artistic integrity.. its making money. Forget rules, its all business. That’s the new motto… sell your soul as long as it makes a profit. The fact that you’re jumping on everybody post trying to sell this idea is laughable. I am a businessman… never had to compromise who I am or what I stand for to get where I am at. You don’t have to agree, don’t really care if you do or not. Some people stand for things other than money…

    • Papi Peligro

      Naw man it matters. Don’t post them album sales etc. Because its not drakes album sales its the group that is drake. How many song he got out talking about people jacking from him. Next up Kanye West cause Travis Scott sound way to simliar for my liking on that new Kanye Sound.

    • disqus_8gQkV1Y55t

      get out of here with that bullshit….yea drake got more money and accolades cause he in a whole different lane than meek…..meek a street nigga/rapper…you know he on that stick talk

      • ancientGOD83

        drake was a CREATION….a meeting filled with “suits” whose goal is to CREATE an artist that THEY can control….dude is an ACTOR….and he is acting, not rapping….its all a show/gimmick, from his co call jeew-ish background, and the advantages he has with that…. and his trickalodeon stint helps with the “whyte” demographics.. dude was prob being groomed to rap while he was acting…. all this stuff is scripted… he just looks Fake to me, from his pics to how he raps…it doesn’t look real..it seems as if he has practice/rehearsals on how to appear “hip hop” ish….. cuz it doesn’t come natural to him….

      • Slick Guy

        Exactly! Drake ain’t hip hop, not even close. Dude is a Culture Vulture! Just like Iggy Azalea. Put in place to fool the masses into making hip hop into “Hip Pop” music. Drake been exposed now, so what the industry gonna do with him now? Throw this fool in the trash and be done with him already!

      • justmathoughts

        i agree with you here… i even seen a clip of him rapping on degrassi…. sounds weird but they could of very well been programming the masses to like him

    • Number don’t lie??? What in the world? LOL Great Material here I can see clear where the madness is coming from. LOL

    • Slick Guy

      Weak!!! Vanilla Ice sold more records then half these artists, so Vanilla ice better then Nas? haha. Get out of here talkin crazy!

      Real Hip Hop fans don’t compare who sold more records, that’s insane!

      • WIWYCB

        that’s a valid point. I highly doubt anyone would argue #’s aren’t the tell all, but in this case? ya drake is better than meek mill. say what you will about drake, being soft, etc but his music is better than meeks shit. lol

      • It’s good you brought up Vanilla Ice. He is broke now. Go and ask him would he rather have money or street cred. I know fame is sexy to you and the millions of other hyped up fans. But in real life, even for celebrities, money is what secures your life long term. Fans are fickle and will move on to the next hot act at the drop of a hat. This is why sales and net worth are the end game. Not street cred or hood credentials.

  • wes mc

    Lol nobody is ever considering a Drake a great lyricist whether he rights his own raps or not.

    • mademan3000

      Rights=freedom to live a certain way legally, socially, ethically etc.
      Write=To form letters or numbers on a surface with a pencil, pen etc.

  • Aiden_Abetting

    His fans won’t care about this. I doubt real hip hop fans even listen to drake anyway. I wonder what made flex put him on blast though.

  • Banksy

    This is not me forgiving or cosigning Drake using Ghost writers. But I have to be honest anyone who has worked in the industry or signed a deal with a major will tell you that the moment you enter Drake and Kanye’s space as an artist where you are feeding a lot of people and a lot of peoples lively hoods depend on you. You will turn into a factory where you are expected to constantly pump out music. It is virtually impossible for any one human brain to be that creative all of the time. So most of the greats have indeed used writers, there is even a strong rumor that a rapper named “Deadly Threat” wrote some shit for Tupac. Also no one and I repeat no one, has ever achieved any type of success in any field by their selves.Again I’m not cosigning it but I understand it.

    • ursocalledgod

      “It is virtually impossible for any one human brain to be that creative all of the time”. naw bruh that’s why they are called ARTISTS. that’s what they do. your speaking from the prospective of a normal everday person. tell that to NAS, SCARFACE, THE ROOTS, DAVINCI, BASQUIAT, SHAKESPEARE, JAY Z, etc they live to CREATE. well some did before they left this earth lol

      • Banksy

        If you think Hov did not have “help” than you’re tripping and I say that as a huge Jay Fan. Painters are not rappers. They don’t produce their art at the same speed rappers can do. When was Nas’s last album and when was Waynes last album or mixtape? Now does work ethic play a role? Sometimes. But more times than non anytime you see a hot rapper putting out project after project after project to me that means that they’re getting help. That’s not to shit on the artist, its just the truth. She read the writer credits in their songs to see if i’m lying

      • that dude

        That’s why Nas and Rakim took so long to release albums. But I agree with you.

      • ursocalledgod

        You said it yourself. That’s why they are not TRUE ARTISTS because they are getting help and producing mass product. The point of including the painters and poets are they are ARTISTS and it takes time to bring to life what you want to share with the world. That’s why nas hasn’t had an album out that’s why jay takes years between albums, scarface, etc. Credits can be misleading my friend. You can contribute one part of a sentence, riff, break, etc and have to be given credit for legal purposes.

      • ursocalledgod

        Btw I never said Wayne. That bullshit is NOT what I call art. At least not his last 3 albums, mix tapes etc.

    • RazaBladeKing

      There is no “strong rumor” that anyone wrote for Pac, so try again. Example: I wrote for Pac. “Rumor has it RazaBladeKing wrote for Tupac!” Not a strong rumor. Don’t try and push your new school BS on Golden Age MCs. It would have been virtually impossible for someone to reach his status in that era with a ghost writer. It was the 90s. There was no “e-mailing verses.” You sat in the studio with your collaborators, vibed to the beat, and wrote then and there. If he was spittin someone else’s 16s, a collaborator would have revealed it, or the ghostwriter would have come out for that (legendary) credit by now, and it would be common knowledge. His content never changed, it was always very personal, and it fit his background. As for the amount of content, it was common knowledge that when Pac got out of jail, he stayed in the studio damn near 24/7; most of his post-prison stuff is freestyle, and a true MC can pump out freestyles virtually non-stop. [Look at Wayne; he turned pure garbage around Carter 3 (when he allegedly stopped usin a ghost writer), but he was puttin out a mixtape almost every month… all freestyles.] This has all been discussed in detail, beyond rumors (or even “strong rumors”) as facts. You new school cats let way too much slide. This is hip hop. Singers are basically playin an instrument (their voice) with notes, melodies, harmonies, etc, so they get a pass. Producers arrange music (and executive producers arrange whole albums), so no one really cares about their lyrics. But if you’re an MC in hip hop, no one can take you seriously if you’re spittin someone else’s words as your own, pretending that those words are your authentic reality, and that those emotions are real. Then again, this is the same era where no one cares that an ex-cop is masqueradin as a drug kingpin, men wear women’s clothes, and dudes beef with women, so I’m not surprised. But don’t put that evil on us, Ricky Bobby. Up until around 2000, everybody knew the rules and played by em or got excommunitcated from the church of hip hop.

      • Banksy

        Listen bro, you’re a fan I get that but I was alive when Pac was. Which means Pac was human. You niggas love to turn dead rappers into God. I’m not shitting on that mans legacy, I’m simply stating that everybody had help! Shit I love Big more than Pac but again there is a strong rumor that suggests that Craig Mack either wrote or taught Big how to better raps when they were label mates. And if you compare songs like “Party and Bull Shit” to his later shit, you can definitely hear a change. And you know what? If that is true, so what! That doesn’t take away from their legacy in my eyes. Also “emailing tracks” was not around but recording “reference tracks” and giving them the reels or DAT tape was very much alive. But instead of trying to call me young when I’m most probably older than you and writing an essay is stupid when a simply google “deadly threat/tupac” check, can confirm or deny my story. Cormega supposedly gave Nas the “I never sleep, because sleep is the cousin of death” line. Did that take away any respect I have for Nas? Of course not! See the difference with me and you niggas is that I’m able to be a fan while still being able to look at these men objectively. Nas, Big, Jay, Pac etc where/are Icons but they are human.

      • RazaBladeKing

        Uh… I was alive when they were alive too…? Not sure how that validates or invalidates anything. My point was (and if you were alive then, you should know too) anybody using a ghost writer in the 90s that achieved worldwide celebrity status would have been definitively exposed by now. Like Lil Kim and the Biggie reference tracks (that you alluded to). How many people have ever heard of “Deadly Threat”? Exactly. And when would this ghost writing have taken place? Pre-prison (with songs like “Dear Mama”, “Son of a Panther”, etc), or post-prison (when it was all clearly freestyles). All I’m sayin is, don’t apply new school logic to true school MCs. I like Pac more than BIG, but you’re crazy if you think BIG could have gotten to where he got using a ghost writer in “our” era. This ‘ghost writing is okay’ BS is something the new school is on. And to be clear, I’m not talkin “Wrote the hook/ slid you a slick line/ tightened up a rhyme”, I’m talkin “Here’s a 16, spit it.” I can’t stand Jay (and he bites lines regularly, like the first half of verse 1 of I’m a Hustla Baby), but there’s no way he has a flat-out ghost writer either… most of his post Vol 2 stuff has clearly been freestyles. Nas, Big, Jay, Pac… you don’t get to that level on someone else’s pen, period… you’d have been publicly exposed looooong before that (again, see Lil Kim, Foxy, Puff, Dre, etc). Everything else has been addressed. Peace to ya.

      • Banksy

        A lot of dudes have signed NDA’s or non disclosure agreements. For example Mad Skills has mad a nice career as a ghost writer. He’s even as quoted saying that hes written songs for “many of your favorite rappers”. The same thing can be said for Source Money. He wrote for tons of people but it has never came out because of the NDA’s. Again I’m not shitting on anyone legacy. I love all of these dudes but at the same time it is what it is.

      • Malik

        Negro please, Craig Mack wrote for BIG?
        Hahahaha
        BIG couldn’t stand the sight of Mack.
        Oh…you didn’t know about their beef?
        You didn’t hear BIG sh1t on Mack more than once?
        Are you certain you are really a 90s cat?
        Cuz some of the things you are saying are mad suspect.
        And with regards to Pac using a ghostwriter, every artist that’s ever collaborated with Pac and every producer that’s ever laced Pac has always maintained his pen game is 100% him – 100%.

  • Drake’s 3rd best Ghostwriter

    New Drake album is about to drop:

    “If i’m rapping this, someone else wrote it”

  • Celz

    Meek gon make someone around him catch a body like that.. 😅😅😅😅

  • Digg

    drake got some help on the track but drake made it his … listen again !!!!!!!

    • Everyone’sRightButYou

      You know folks look for any type of reason to hate just to hate. Dudes is really mad like it’s taking money out of their pockets. lol

  • Digg

    this reminds me of drunk in love beyonce and jay z …but when i heard future reference it all made sense

    • 5% Hov

      nah that was the theme and hook…. and it was RNB ….. massive difference

      • Digg

        listen to jay z rap verse and future rap verse real similar on drunk in love..and im talking about candence

      • 5% Hov

        i did…. its not.. your reachin

      • Digg

        maybe

      • Dark Matters

        This is a display of yet another reason why hip hop is suffering a slow death, the fandom is full of idiots and crabby pettiness. Listen to these dudes try and compare highlighting the lyrics of one of the greats by a friend of his to having someone else entirely compose your lyrics – foul.

      • Everyone’sRightButYou

        Ohhhh now it’s different? GTHO Bwuhahaha! I guess it was different too when Camron put out swagger jacker and exposed Jay-z of all the shit he took from everybody. Yet, he still a great? Must be nice to be a hypocrite when it suites you.

      • 5% Hov

        LOL Jigga…. really???

        Camron lol cmon bru u reaccin

      • ……But your publishing should go to Mrs. Wallace
        Honest. Stealing Big Shit, He made 2 albums, (you wilding)

      • 5% Hov

        I sell ice in the winter, I sell fire in hell
        I am a hustler baby, I’ll sell water to a well
        I was born to get cake, move on and switch states
        Cop the coupe with the roof gone and switch plates
        Was born to dictate, never follow orders
        Dickface, get your shit straight, fucka’ this is Big Jay
        I.. hahahaha

        {*”You don’t know.. what you’re doing, doing, doing”*}
        .. will, not, lose, ever.. FUCKA!

      • Since we quoting……..

        Then, there are the borrowings that are more difficult to rationalize…

        Biggie on “Kick in the Door”:

        Your reign on the top was short like leprechauns

        As I crush so-called Willies, thugs and rapper dons

        Jay-Z on “The Ruler’s Back”:

        Your reign on the top was shorter than leprechauns

        You can’t f*** with Hov, what kind of X you on?

        The minimal, non-transformative alterations don’t add any value to
        Biggie’s original; rather, they suspiciously serve to mask the line’s
        origin…

        Biggie on “You’re Nobody Till Somebody Kills You” (Jay must really like this song!):

        Stop your blood-clot crying

        The kids, the dog, everybody dying, no lying

        which Jay-Z bites unaltered on “D.O.A.”:

        Stop your blood-clot crying

        The kid, the dog, everybody dying, no lying

      • And so on and so on. Jay claims he’s honoring Biggie, but the
        untransformed, verbatim bites seem to stifle creativity; at times, he
        seems to use Biggie lines as filler, which is disrespectful to B.I.G.
        and Jay both.

        In addition to the “artfully transformative”-factor, another
        worthwhile consideration in judging the merit of a bite is the
        recognizability of the line bitten: if Jay copies a well-known line, the
        claim of homage becomes more credible. If he were to quote a classic
        Biggie line — one that every white person in America knows, say, “It was all a dream, I used to read Word Up Magazine” or “I love it when you call me big poppa” then purists wouldn’t have a problem.

        But he never does that…

        One could contend that Jay is trying to draw attention to
        lesser-known jewels through his knock-offery. But an amateur rap
        audience is unlikely to catch the reference, tending to give Jay-Z
        credit for clever lines that are actually Biggie’s. To make matters
        worse, Jay-Z’s Biggie-bites are most often found in his radio-designed
        singles, which command a novice audience.

      • SBRon

        Yo, the amount of lyrics Jay used from Biggie is MINISCULE when you look at Jigga’s whole catalog… Is this REALLY Cam I’m posting?!?

      • 5% Hov

        ur an idiot

      • I Beg to differ.

      • 5% Hov

        ………………………….

      • SBRon

        “I’m not a biter, I’m a writer for myself and others/ I say a Big verse, I’m only Biggin up my brotha/ Biggin up my borough, I’m Big enough to do it/ I’m that thorough, plus I know my own flow is foolish!” (kinda like you sound right now)…

      • And so on and so on. Jay claims he’s honoring Biggie, but the
        untransformed, verbatim bites seem to stifle creativity; at times, he
        seems to use Biggie lines as filler, which is disrespectful to B.I.G.
        and Jay both.

        In addition to the “artfully transformative”-factor, another
        worthwhile consideration in judging the merit of a bite is the
        recognizability of the line bitten: if Jay copies a well-known line, the
        claim of homage becomes more credible. If he were to quote a classic
        Biggie line — one that every white person in America knows, say, “It was all a dream, I used to read Word Up Magazine” or “I love it when you call me big poppa” then purists wouldn’t have a problem.

        But he never does that…

        One could contend that Jay is trying to draw attention to
        lesser-known jewels through his knock-offery. But an amateur rap
        audience is unlikely to catch the reference, tending to give Jay-Z
        credit for clever lines that are actually Biggie’s. To make matters
        worse, Jay-Z’s Biggie-bites are most often found in his radio-designed
        singles, which command a novice audience.

      • 5% Hov

        thanks… was thinkin of that verse

  • TheAfroRican

    Well, I had said this before and I will say it again. I don’t trust a rapper who reads lyrics typed in a blackberry for a freestyle session.

    • 5% Hov

      na…. at least wrote that…. this nicca drake be readin a next mans emails as his own….. smh

  • Slaughtr

    Drake is bs fabricated artificial steel holder. What you young dudes consider dope perplexes me. this is the rap era, HipHop naw you don’t even know the feeling.

  • jacksjus

    Did Drake get some assistance? Yes because the guy’s name is mentioned in the song credits. The term “Ghostwriter” is inaccurate because credit was given to the guy.

    If people took the time to read they may have discovered this long ago. You’re not supposed to know about the ghostwriter.

    • Spanish Harlem Prince

      Been saying that shit all day long. The guy is a co-writer, not a “Ghost” writer. People don’t understand terminology.

      • Slim

        Im Sorry both of you are talking bullshit…. If I write a verse for you and you give credit to me and everyone that had anything to do with the making of the album, even the Hotel you went to for whatever reason…. Then how am i not a ghostwriter…. ohhh because yu payed me and gave me credit…. You guys speaking like you knew this niqqa Quentin was writing for him already as a Co-Writer… like lets be serious

      • Spanish Harlem Prince

        Who cares nigga lol….Both them niggas richer then all of us. Shit don’t affect me. You niggas taking this shit to heart. Go outside lol

      • Slick Guy

        It does matter nigga. Cause this the music niggas grew up on and respected it. The reason it’s so popular is because of the roots of real MC’s and real lyrics. You think DMX had a freaking Ghost Writer? Get real….

        Drake = Karaoke Rapper!

        Point Blank Period!

      • jacksjus

        I knew because I can read the credits and make that determination. Did you not see me write that if one would read these things they would have known?

        I am not refuting that Drake doesn’t write all of his rhymes, I am refuting that he was being fraudulent or sneaky about.

        A ghostwriter is unknown. So if he is a ghost writer, then please explain to me what a co-writer is? Smh!

      • justmathoughts

        are you stupid? theres a fuckin reference track for crying out loud… if thats not ghost writing wtf is? ghost writers get song credits all the time, theyre called ghost writers because theyre not the one actually performing the song, that is all….

      • Celz

        It’s impossible for a dude who thinks he is one of the best to have a co writer. Nothing wrong with getting an occasional hook that comes with a beat or getting input from those at the session.. But dude bought a complete song and passed it off as his..

        How many people could take Ems renegade hook and make a song as good as Jay Z or Royce? Not many right.. How many people could take the 10 Bands reference track and make it a hit? Bro anyone could. When Kendricks All Day reference verse leaked niccas made it a remix because Kanye only used two line ideas and the verses were so different. Drake took dudes bars word for word..

    • justmathoughts

      are you stupid? theres a fuckin reference track for crying out loud… if thats not ghost writing wtf is? ghost writers get song credits all the time, theyre called ghost writers because theyre not the one actually performing the song, that is all…..

      • jacksjus

        Look up the definition of ghostwriter and then ask me how stupid I am again. Smh!

      • Celz

        Writing credits usually go for melodies, rhythms, hooks, break downs, choruses, or ideas.. Writing credits never meant I wrote your rap word for word.

        Singing is so much harder than rapping it’s rare that someone can write and sing on a professional level while maintaining a career. Since rapping is so much easier rappers are expected to write a majority of the lyrics, UNLESS rapping is their secondary occupation in music. Dre, Puff, JD, Timbo are all examples.. They also never brag about their status as a rapper and have long secured their legacy without ever having to have rapped. Drake just doesn’t fit the criteria to be a rapper who is acceptable to have a ghost writer.

        This new generation loves pretending black and white issues have a gray area…

  • Phillip Fuller

    Yo. drake sold a song or two to show some artists on his way up. Jamie fox and to rick ross . And some other . Damn weak mill got the whole in thier feeling. Jayz use tupac me and my girlfriend . I could go on forever

    • Shawn Williams

      Big man, big man , da boy drake do use ghostwriter, u agree or dont, secondly if he drake came out n told he does, will it change ya comments, think about before u snap on da boy meek, I think there is some underlying issue between them both, but wat Eva it is, have nuttin to do with having a ghost writer

    • Slick Guy

      Yeah Drake don’t write his raps man, that’s the main issue. I was shocked when I heard it with my own ears. I never heard somebody use somebody else song like this word for word, same hook, in rap like this. This is basically Karaoke Rap! Disgraceful…

      • Phillip Fuller

        Jay me and my girl friend
        So 2pac is jayz ghostwriter.

      • Celz

        Fail…

      • Phillip Fuller

        What I fail to do is respect your opinion

      • Celz

        You probably think Drake is neck and neck with Kendrick lyrically too…

  • ladynamor

    THIS is why Underground Hip Hop is so respected. You couldn’t pay an Underground rapper to use another persons flow let alone his words. REAL CREATIVE dudes would rather feature with you rather than mimic your whole sh!t. Yes, it is ok to have a ghostwriter, No, it is not ok to run with the elite while doing so.

    • Drake’s 3rd best Ghostwriter

      It’s NOT okay to have a ghostwriter, EVER. EVER. EVER. Only exception is producer/ rappers like Dre, Timbaland

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        explain why

      • justmathoughts

        because they let that shit be known….. puffy – “dont worry if i write rhymes, i write checks”…. producers arent rapping for the sport they do it for fun, its waaaaaaaaaaaaaay different

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        foh – that made NO sense

      • justmathoughts

        maybe you should work on your comprehension skills because its not hard to understand…. how many times have you heard dre, puffy or timbaland say they are the best/ greatest rapper/lyricist…. ill wait…. every rapper who isnt a producer says that shit damn near on every song so FOH dumbass

    • Slick Guy

      Never ok to have a Ghost Writer

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        Agreed – the music matters Much More

  • ancientGOD83

    90% of rap artist use ghost writers..esp the ones whom are considered GREAT….. hell didn’t jay still young chris whole shit? whether it flows rhymes, hooks, styles, rappers get help just like any other genre… if this was blues, r&b, country, rock, its understood that artist come together to create a project… fans take away from Rap/hip hop being labeled as a REAL genre by limiting it to region/artist….. MJ was great, and he co-wrote …all artists that are great do…..now I do feel as if drake was/is a gimmick…… but it doesn’t take away from an artist if he/she enlists other artists to create a project….insiders know every1 from snoop, jay, etc uses ghostwriters, esp now being actors, faces for companies…. and it don’t bother me at all…now if you say “im the greatest writer/rapper” and you don’t write, of course that is considered fraud/a lie…. but if u do an album, and your homie has the perfect hook/verse give him/her credit and complete the song…. producers DO not create the whole beat, sometimes just the drum pattern (dre, mannie fresh) I just want good music, and from meek to drake…none is being created…. I don’t care if carlton banks wrote it, just let it be a great song….

    • Slim

      Nope, Just not Okay to have a GhostWriter and be a rapper…. Thats the worse type of rappers… MJ was a goddamn Pop singer, of course he can do it, you listen to mainly his vocals. Producers can work with other producers and make crazy beats. But if You use a verse from someone in rap, you basically just a niqqa making music that someone wants you to make

      • ancientGOD83

        and yes that is drake….but guess what….your fav rapper does this also….maybe rakim, andre 3000x, and a few wrote ALL they stuff…but bro most of these rappers with entourages, aspiring patnas that wanna rap, enlists help to make an album bro…95% OF all RAPPERS use ghostwriters…even the ones that claim to be the best…all an illusion…..but im different…I Know how music is created, so having writers to complete a project doesn’t bother me

      • justmathoughts

        95% of all rappers DO NOT have ghost writers… 95% of rappers get some form of help, maybe a line here or there but they dont get reference tracks with practically the entire song finished… get real

      • ancientGOD83

        how do you know what I know? yall look up to these guys sooo much that its hard to accept that these rappers: aint rich like they say, aint hard as they portray, and are not as talented as they “up” themesleves to be…bottom line rap is like any genre what requires more than one artist to complete a project…. sure andre 3000x, rakim, nas may have worte majority if not all their rhymes, but like I mentioned that is 3-5%…just cuz a rapper says “I freestyled this rhyme” don’t mean he did bro..and just cuzz they say shit like “im the greatest, the best” don’t mean they didn’t have a team of writers helping them…. I would mention rappers that I KNOW used other writers for rhymes but that would make these stans cry

      • justmathoughts

        for starters, i dont look up to anyone but myself and God… but since youre so plugged why dont you link me to some reference tracks made by ghost writers for other rappers… you wont because you cant…. dont get it twisted, i know how the game goes…. believe it or not you dont know what i know, who i know, who ive known or came across… see i can play that game too but 95% of rappers??? youre reachin

      • ancientGOD83

        bro I care nothing bout these weak rappers who have no purpose other than misuse the minds of the youth…thay i expose these fraud rappers for being liars/sellouts…. but I will give u a freebie…. lupe ghostwrote lot of the black album

      • justmathoughts

        yeah i been heard that rumor but it hasnt been proven…

    • Lou Velazquez

      Wrong rnb singers and pop artist yeah and maybe wack rappers but the greats don’t have ghostwriters maybe one of they artist help them out with a line or two but not a whole song or multiple songs

    • Dark Matters

      90% of rap fans pull statistics out of their asses to pretend to be knowledgeable about something they’re in no position to know with absolute certainty in order to push their own personal opinion as fact.

      • ancientGOD83

        bro go somewhere and cry….you don’t know me or who I know mane…..yall sum rapper loving coons bro…cant say nothing REAL about these sell outs without someone getting all sad/angry…dudes be making threats over my opinions and yall don’t even know these guys…how u know these dudes don’t need help with songs…yall silly thinking rap is not alike blues, rock, country in which there are a team of writers/producers….just that rap is SO egotistical that rappers cant be real enough on how their projects are completed…is they lie about who they killed, had sex with, money they got in the bank, why would they tell the truth about have help writing bro? yall be loving these guys too much and all they do is barely rap… you don’t kno bad ass wrote tupac “krazy” right? but lemme guess now tupac is wack.? yall need to let rap mature

      • Dark Matters

        I feel you bro. Let it out bro. Don’t let it fester and hurt you inside,
        bro. Bro, I appreciate you still thinking of me as your bro after that
        ether bomb I dropped in your breakfast bowl, bro

      • ancientGOD83

        I care nothing bout these guys…they don’t impress me with the fancy lies called rhymes….. its obvious rappers lie…so why wouldn’t they lie about writing their own rhymes…. that’s the point. rappers aint my savior

      • Dark Matters

        How can you say with such bountiful boastfulness that you care nothing for other human beings? What’s wrong witchyu god?

        All human beings lie. The fact that a human being lies doesn’t mean they don’t also tell the truth. So, making an assumption about when someone is lying or telling the truth can only be out of convenient necessity.

      • ancientGOD83

        what are you saying bro… ? NO I don’t care about sellouts of color whom victimize the children, women….no I don’t… from the old sellouts like “Sharpton, jackon” down to curtisjackson…. if a brotha/sista is helping to ruin the psyches of the youth, reputation of our sistas…only for lil fame..a lil so called paper “F em””
        I learned that from whyte folks..they don’t deal with folks just cuz they look like them..if u aint bout whyte power…you the enemy….I feel the same way…you can be Wesley snipes hue and if you are hurting our people..you no better than the euro-paradigm…you are merely playing the house nigra role….which is what rap has become… why care bout some1 if they destroying our people? esp about a rapper/athlete only enriches themselves…? just cuz someone looks like you don’t make them “cosmic” like a whyte dude said “blacks biggest prob is whom they choose as a leader”

      • Tmoney

        You right ancient God almost lost my way bro.yeah really soon as these rappers sign on the dotted line they have sold out.

  • 5% Hov

    i didnt believe it…… WOW.

    Drake cannot be considered the best in any shape or form….

    • Dan Tebasco

      When the hell was Drake every considered close to being the best of anything?

      • 5% Hov

        read again….

      • Savimbi

        Brah his fan base, the media etc lol

    • Phillip Fuller

      And you would save that for biggie. Lmao.

      • Black Adam

        What are you trying to say?

  • Obi Won

    Flex lost me with his “if your going to be mentioned amongst the greats” Ideology.
    I don’t think anyone EVER thought of Drake when being mentioned as one of the greats. He’s in the lane of MC Hammer, Vanilla Ice, Kid N Play, Will Smith etc…
    Made good songs for the party & women, some love songs, but with a pen, pad and beats, nope. Drake cool for his league though

    • 5% Hov

      he was rite…

      he aint sayin drake is one of the greats he sayin drake can never be considered that

    • ancientGOD83

      I been thought flex time been up…since dude dissed pac and the whole west coast….but was in the still d.r.e. video……he doesn’t realize that shitty beefs/music make his job obsolete/non important…… but drake does join that list of entertainers….. add young mc, bow wow, lil zane lol

    • that dude

      Nah, Drake says he’s the best, greatest, etc. all the time. I think that’s what Fat big mouth Flex was talking about.

    • Splatter

      talk to these kids under 19. they rate him as a great.

  • hoeyuno

    Whos Drakes fans anyways?? 16 year old girls and dudes who like RnB…Who fuccin cares. Why these dudes so insecure about him…

  • DJ7

    Drake is an actor. No different than Terrance Howard’s role in Hustle and Flow.

    From the jump, the real knew he wasn’t authentic.

    The machine’s marketing made him who he is today, not his brilliant raps.

    You’ve been force fed horse meat for years and think it’s hamburger…smh…the gullible…sad part…
    some of you cats actually believe you’re intellectuals. FOH

    • Slick Guy

      Preach! Exposed for a Fraud he is!!

    • Malik

      Here, take this upvote bruh

    • 5% Hov

      aye… i fort nicca ad a pen…… i was wronG…. OK

  • KobieDixon

    My first time agreeing with Flex in years.

    • 5% Hov

      still i dont fuc wit Flex…

      he will be playing Drake records by tomo mornin….. smh

  • W.E.B. Du Bois

    nothing wrong with ghost writing – you are fools if you think ONE rapper did everything he said he did on their songs , we the consumers shud be concerned with rap being diluted to no classic albums , and one-hit wonders , and lack of rap legends putting out albums of multiple great songs – like the goals of a higher quality time

  • Dark Matters

    Holy wackamoly. All that frontin’ and sneak dissin’ this kid been doin’ and this is his pedigree? FOH You’re definitely wack to me. Most of this kid’s career is down to the beats but then someone else writes your rhymes, too? FOH

    Funny thing is as weak as the hip hop fandom has become, this will probably only increase his sales.

  • Phillip Fuller

    So 2pac is jayz ghostwriter for the song Me and my girlfriend

    • A hook and an entire song are two different things.

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        performer writing the lyrics got Nothing to do with the song being good

      • Da Ledgendary

        The song being good is not the point. I can rap someone else’s shit but that does not make me a lyricist.

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        wrong twice – the song being good is the point cuz its the goal – and rapping what another wrote does make a lyricist

      • I can understand your argument, but that would fly in any other genre, but that’s what makes Hip-Hop so special, because we hold the MC to a higher standard than most.

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        I Never argue , I just tell what I know , and Hip Hop holds higher standard in regards to spitting rhymes and telling a story (true or false) , don’t hafta write all their lyrics too

      • Phillip Fuller

        NOT ONE OF THESE SONG ARE WORD FOR DUMB ASS

    • 5% Hov

      slap dat nicca dat Gave you that upvote sun

      • Phillip Fuller

        HOW BOUT SOMEBODY SLAP THE BITCH THAT GAVE YOU LIFE

  • That was well put by Flex. One could never call themselves a true lyricist if you don’t write your own rhymes.

    • W.E.B. Du Bois

      wrong – got Nothing to do with being a lyricist

      • What is your definition of a lyricist?

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        a lyricist is one that does Anything with lyrics, various things can be done , writing is only One of them, person is a lyricist if their profession is doing one of the others too

      • Dark Matters

        Listen to this genius of fallaciousness. Lyric – lyricist. Do you notice how similar the two words sound? Do you know why they do? They do because you have to write lyrics to be a lyricist.

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        no you don’t , lyricist don t have to write lyrics at all , a rapper is a lyricist for example , and don’t have to write lyrics – and try telling that to the Great Elton John , onna the top music sellers in History , he had writer named Taupin that was in charge of writing Every lyric of All his songs , and made no difffercence – as long as the music is good, the consurmer has what we want

      • Dark Matters

        Elton John isn’t a lyricist then, if someone else was writing his songs. That would make him a singer/performer. Every time I think you’re making intellectual strides you dash my hopes with some very bad thinking.

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        I don’t want yo shit race “hope” , John’s relevance to this is selling songs – which is the rapper’s goal too

      • Dark Matters

        We’re talking about appropriate word usage lil brained dude.

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        ha – you cant , proven by yo dombass aint did that Yet

      • Tmoney

        First off yaw talking about some of his lyrics was written by ghost writers not most of them though and all of his shit is dope so so what he had some of his raps written by somebody else he still a dope lyricist and performer. He didn’t start witso a ghost writer he wrote his own shit and it was doped than 100 bands. So all you haters get off his duck and worry bout your own careers cuz right now dis nigga killin yaw lyrically.

      • Dark Matters

        I can see how someone who has difficulty with the English language would think Drake kills anyone lyrically. Best of luck to you.

      • uaslave

        you are the reason hip hop is dead

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        we waiting for you to explain that……..

      • no we are not. we get it right away

  • IMMORTALKINGS93

    louie v gutta wrote young and gettin it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Uncle Ruckus

    If you ghostwrite for Drake you have to question your sexuality

    • Dark Matters

      I honestly thought Drake was gay when I first heard and then saw the kid. He had that gay lispy sound to his delivery and that hand gesture that he does, really had me thinking the guy was fresh fruit. So, it’s funny that you would say that. LOOOL

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  • Francis Vincent Torres

    Here is a Rap 101…..”Rappers Delight” wasn’t even written by the Sugarhill Gang. I don’t hear a whole bunch of rappers complaining. Meek is sour because his record sales aren’t what he expects them to be. He probably wanted Drake to promote his album to boost his sales. Why hasn’t Jay, Kanye, Puff, Dre or Snoop come out in support of Meek’s allegations??? It’s part of the game.

    • therealjjohnson

      He had the number 1 album in the country 2 weeks in a row and he sold more than his previous album. I don’t think sales were the issue. Just my opinion.

      Sidenote: No matter what the motive, you can be ok with blatantly stealing raps right?

  • Slick Guy

    Drake & Quentin Miller must have the same girlfriend haha!

    “My ex ask me where i’m moving, I said on to better things” lmfao!!!! Word for freaking Word!!!

    You gotta be kidding me!

  • Doris Walkins

    The main thing I got from this is that Quentin Miller is DOPE!

  • Bye Haters!

    So fcking what! Drake delivery 100× better that’s why dudes a ghostwriter! They wasnt goin this hard on nicki n we all know safaree wrote 80% her sh!t so foh

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  • Elevated

    many artist have ghost writers. I heard nicki on a track with ransom (old joint) & she was complete trash…i mean horrible ! if he didnt write it he didnt write it who cares. you can tell when someone writes and does not… think about it.. drake older mixtapes & then drake now….. two different flows. Seriously though your fav artist 9/10 has a writer… happens when you “get big” .

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