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Trippie Redd ft. Lil Baby & Lil Duke “Mac 10,” Billy Danze “Gone Fishing” & More | Daily Visuals 7.24.19

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Well it seems like Trippie Redd done won the longstanding rivalry with Tekashi 6ix9ine. Given Tekashi did it to himself what with all the snitching he did after getting himself locked up for documenting his own boneheaded criminal activities. Still, Trippie’s out here making records and 69’s not.

Today the Canton, Ohio crooner/rapper comes through with his latest clip for the Lil Baby and Lil Duke assisted clip to “Mac 10” in which Trippie and company recreate the cult classic Scarface with Trippie Montana and ‘em going to war with the opposition and coming out on top of the world.

Back in Brooklyn M.O.P.’s Billy Danze goes the solo route for a minute and in his visual to “Gone Fishing” sits on his own throne before taking an unwilling party to the lake to get familiar with the fishes. Don’t beef with that man, b.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Salaam Remi and Bodega Bamz, NLE Choppa, and more.

TRIPPIE REDD FT. LIL BABY & LIL DUKE – “MAC 10”

BILLY DANZE – “GONE FISHING”

SALAAM REMI & BODEGA BAMZ – “BODEGA’S WAY”

INFINITE MARVELOUS – “COMPUTER CHIPS”

NLE CHOPPA – “SHOTTA FLOW 3”

DA GREAT APE – “DREAMS OF A DOPE BOY”

IDK – “24”

YUNG BANS – “GOING WILD”

ZAEHD & CEO – “BASS BOOMIN”

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Busted: Funk Flex Leaks Quentin Miller’s Reference Track For Drake’s “10 Bands” [LISTEN]

Quentin Miller’s name went from 0 to 100 in a matter of hours after Meek Mill took it upon himself to introduce him to the world as Drake’s ghostwriter.

Funk Flex has been on some archeological levels digging in the past 24 hours to solve the riddle.

“We gonna get to the bottom of this…,” he wrote on Instagram. “In case we forgot… Big, Jay, Nas, Kendrick, J.cole handle the pen… If your mentioned in that list you know what that means!!! Y’all other radio TV and bloggers watch this close… If he writes himself then he deserves an apology… If he doesn’t write then he’s a fucking FRAUD!!! That means them emotions ain’t his…. That means what u claiming is story book…And if this industry is ok with that I understand stand… But where I fucking come from that’s means you a great record maker but NOT a great lyricist!!!!! There’s a fucking difference if you claiming king!!! Dr Dre never wrote but we love him the same… But there’s a place for that type of rapper!!! You don’t get mentioned with the greatest!!!! So for people who say it doesn’t matter your wrong !!!! To a lyricist it’s everything…. @champagnepapi”


And then, like manna bread from the heaven’s above, Quentin Miller’s reference track for “10 Bands” from the If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late mixtape dropped into the veteran DJ’s lap.

“I got this from someone in Drake’s camp,” Flex said. “They reached out. They saw me keeping it 100.” Quentin Miller allegedly gets paid $ 5,000 a month to be on call to pen the hot fire.

Does this change your opinion of Drake now that Quentin Miller appears to be “The Man?” Sound off in the comment section, por favor.


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Funk Flex Releases Reference Track Of Quentin Miller Rapping Drake’s “10 Bands” (AUDIO)

(AllHipHop News) Drake may have some explaining to do. DJ Funkmaster Flex has released a reference track of rapper Quentin Miller spitting “10 Bands.” The track is credited as a Drake song on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late with Que listed as a co-writer.

Miller was thrust into the limelight last night when both Meek Mill and OG Maco claimed the rhymer was more than just co-writing with Drake. They suggested Miller was Drizzy’s full on ghostwriter. From the sound of Flex’s leak, it appears Meek and Maco were telling the truth.

Funk Flex wrote this on Instagram:

We gonna get to the bottom of this…. Incase we forgot… Big, Jay, Nas, Kendrick, J.cole handle the pen… If your mentioned in that list you know what that means!!! Yall other radio TV and bloggers watch this close… If he writes himself then he deserves an apology… If he doesn’t write then he’s a f*cking FRAUD!!! That means them emotions ain’t his…. That means what u claiming is story book…And if this industry is ok with that I understand stand… But where I f*cking come from that’s means you a great record maker but NOT a great lyricist!!!!! Theres a f*cking difference if you claiming king!!! Dr Dre never wrote but we love him the same… But there’s a place for that type of rapper!!! You don’t get mentioned with the greatest!!!! So for people who say it doesn’t matter your wrong !!!! To a lyricist it’s everything.

[ALSO READ: Here Are 10 Artists That Have Had Issues With Drake]

Listen to Quentin Miller’s reference track and Drake’s version of “10 Bands” below.




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Producer 40 Shebib Defends Drake, Doesn’t Directly Deny “10 Bands” Ghostwriting Allegations

(AllHipHop News) There are a lot of questions swirling around concerning whether Drake has used other artists to write his raps. The suspicion began when Meek Mill called out the OVO leader on Twitter. Then DJ Funkmaster Flex upped the ante by releasing a “10 Bands” reference track by alleged Drake ghostwriter Quentin Miller.

[ALSO READ: Funk Flex Releases Reference Track Of Quentin Miller Rapping Drake’s “10 Bands” (AUDIO)]

The leak featured Quentin rapping a near identical verse Drake used on the If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late cut. Despite what appears to be evidence Drizzy used rhymes written by Que, longtime Drake producer Noah “40” Shebib is defending his partner’s pen game.

40 posted several tweets explaining Drake’s musical skills and writing abilities. One tweet reads, “You’re smokin that sh*t you say you selling if you think someone wrote that sh*t.”

But it was not clear if that tweet was addressing Drake’s music in general or a specific song, so it should be noted the Toronto board master never directly denied Drake lifted his “10 Bands” verse from Que.

[ALSO READ: Meek Mill’s Business Manager Calls Out OVO Member For Taking Shots At Meek]

Read 40’s tweets below.





















Filed under: News Tagged: 40, Drake, ghostwriting, Meek Mill, Quentin Miller
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