(AllHipHop News) Quentin Miller became one of the most mentioned names in Hip Hop news over the last week. The Atlanta rapper was thrust into a major controversy when Meek Mill and OG Maco suggested Quen was the person writing a lot of Drake's latest work.
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Hot 97's DJ Funkmaster Flex later released an alleged reference track of Miller performing Drake's "10 Bands." Quen posted a statement on Tumblr about the rumors. While he did not directly address the reference track, Q.M. admitted collaborating with Drizzy on If You're Reading This It's Too Late, but he denied being the OVO leader's "ghostwriter".
Quentin Miller has now shared some of his thoughts on the new song "Lies." Quen raps about people "sneak dissing" him on Twitter and how he is not willing to sell his soul for fame.
Listen to Quentin Miller's "Lies" below.
UPDATE: Quentin Miller addressed "Lies" on Twitter, saying the song was from 2013. The track was uploaded to the verified RapxRnB SoundCloud account on July 27.