(AllHipHop News) Atlanta rapper Quentin Miller is still making headlines. Ever since Meek Mill alleged Q.M. was a ghostwriter for Drake, the WNDG Crshrs member has been tied to Drizzy and the OVO camp. Miller's latest musical release is going to further the speculation of his connection to Toronto's biggest rap star, even after it looked as if Quentin was dissing Drake in his music.
On the track "Going Back...," Miller repeatedly states that he is "going back to the 6" - the nickname Drake proudly uses for his hometown. The "Summer Sixteen" spitter has even named his upcoming studio album Views from the 6.
"Going Back..." also includes Q.M. talking about taking a risk by returning to Toronto and letting his family know he may not make it back. In addition, Miller posted a message on Twitter about the song. He wrote, "'Going back' has a deeper perspective than you may think."
Miller's cryptic tune comes just days after DJ Vlad dropped a video where Quentin claims he got attacked by someone in Meek's crew. The Dreamchasers leader has reportedly denied the incident took place.
It should also be noted that Miller recently posted a photo to Instagram of himself with Tory Lanez. The "Say It" performer is also from Toronto, but he has expressed his dislike for people calling the city "The 6." Lanez and Drake have been accused of sending subliminal shots at each other as well.
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Listen to Quentin Miller's "Going Back..." below.