Songwriters TK N Cash Discuss The Difference Between Songwriting & Ghostwriting (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) When Meek Mill claimed that Drake did not write his verse for their collaboration “R.I.C.O.” (which was partially penned by Quentin Miller), the Hip Hop community once again began debating the topic of ghostwriting. DJ Smallz caught up with TK N Cash – the duo that has partnered on songwriting with Meek, Trey Songz, Juicy J and more – to get their thoughts about the practice of creating records with other artists.

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“Ghostwriters are, ‘I don’t want anybody to know I’m writing. Don’t tell nobody.’ That’s sketchy. That’s the Milli Vanilli thing going on,” said Cash. “We’re working with them.”

After the Meek/Drake story broke, Quentin Miller stated he was not a “ghostwriter” for the Toronto native. Miller’s name was listed in the credits to the songs he contributed to on Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. However, Q.M. was not named as a credited writer on “R.I.C.O”  which by definition means he was a “ghostwriter” for Drake on that track.

[ALSO READ: Drake Discusses Meek Mill Battle & Quentin Miller Ghostwriting Allegations]

Watch  TK N Cash’s interview below.


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