People need to pay more attention to Quentin Miller. Now a few years removed from the ghostwriting controversy involving Drake, which Drizzy discussed with DJ Semtex for OVO Sound Radio last month, Miller has been putting out some quality music. He recently dropped two new songs titled “Expression 4” and “Addy” featuring Jace. The Atlanta artist is beginning to make a name for himself.

For “Expression 4," the G Dave-produced record, Quentin opens up about fatherhood and apologizes to his daughter about not being her mother. The heartfelt record shows a different side of Q that most people may not know.

"Sky miles racking up I'm on the move/My bread ain't praying that this shit recoup/Put my all in everything a nigga do/But I can't be everything (yeah)/Your mother wanted a wedding ring/Ceremony and everything/I never did feel quite the same," he raps.

On "Addy," Quentin teams up with Jace of Two-9 for the Soundz-produced single. With the help of auto-tune, the party banger finds Q and Jace rapping about linking up with a couple of baddies for a lit time. All they need to know is the address, "Send the address/I be on the way to pick the bag up/All she wants is for me to have fun/All he wants is for me to pull up/She already know I bought drugs."

Last week Quentin and J.I.D dropped the visuals for “M.O.M.,” a cut off Spillage Village’s 2016 project Bears Like This Too Much. Q.M. ended last year by dropping his EP Shredded Metal.

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