Most of the hip-hop world first took notice of Quentin Miller during the Drake and Meek Mill beef. His role as a writer for Drake become a huge point of contention and discussion as the ghostwriter debate came to the forefront. That went to the wayside as Drake steered the conversation away from it and the jokes began to pour on Meek Mill. Still, Quentin Miller got a level of unintentional recognition that can't be discounted.

Listeners started to take notice of Quentin Miller's music and realizing the talent he had outside of his writing abilities. Miller has earned some high profile guest spots, including an appearance on Trae Tha Truth's new single. Miller also is part of a duo known as the WDNG Crshrs with TheCoolIsMac, which XXL spotlighted last month. During the conversation, Quentin Miller explained what his goals in hip-hop are.

"To win Grammys and make a mark. Have God knowing that niggas know Quentin Miller," Miller said. "And Quentin Miller was an important piece of hip-hop, WDNG Crshrs are an important piece of hip-hop."

But Quentin Miller obviously wants to make an impression on people with his solo work as the rapper dropped a brand new mixtape called Hey! Thanks A Lot 3. The project features 13 tracks (and one bonus cut) with a couple of productions handled by Hit-Boy as well as some guest appearances by Vic Mensa and Rich The Kid. Listeners can stream Miller's entire mixtape below via Soundcloud.

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