Quentin Miller Responds to the Drake and Pusha-T Feud With “Destiny (Freestyle)”
Amid the shuffle of Pusha-T responding to Drake's "Duppy Freestyle" with "The Story of Adidon," Quentin Miller responds to being name-dropped by both of the rappers with "Destiny (Freestyle)."
The Lyle Leduff-produced track finds Miller rapping about once again being brought up in a beef as a pawn. "Name-drops, name-drops, I hear name-drops/Associates, old friends, got suggestions," Miller raps, before calling out Nicki Minaj for mentioning him on social media. "Nicki poppin' off, she never met me/Niggas got opinions, don't even know me," he continues.
Miller also slams the ghostwriting claims that continue to be brought up, even though If You're Reading This It's Too Late dropped in 2015. "Mike Will, Metro, they 'bout as old as me/Wanna be mentioned with them not just some old beef/If You're Reading This was like 2015, I lost a leg in '16," he spits.
Later in the track, Miller acknowledges that he collaborated with Drake but says he wants none of the credit for the rapper's success. "Collaborated with my favorite rapper few times/I don't want none of his credit, I'm just focused on mine/I was makin' songs back when I had a job," he raps. "You know I'm more than just a prop you know or a pawn/I'm a person too, you know? I ain't ask for none of this/Fuck this shit man," he continues.
Along with "Destiny (Freestyle)," Miller also shared another track, "Rental Cars." The rapper once again appears to be addressing the ghostwriting claims, rapping, "Ain't no shame in my game/I still switch lanes the same/I really get paid the same/I really get paid."
Listen to "Destiny (Freestyle)" and "Rental Cars" below.
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