Friday, July 24, 2015

DJ Funk Flex Claims To Have More Reference Tracks For Drake Songs

(AllHipHop News) If people thought Quentin Miller's open letter denying being a "ghostwriter" for Drake was going to end the controversy, that may not be the case. Meek Mill ignited the issue by suggesting he had proof the OVO leader's verse on "R.I.C.O." was written by someone else. But that was just the beginning.

[ALSO READ: Quentin Miller Addresses Allegations He's Ghostwriting For Drake; Meek Mill Posts More Tweets]

DJ Funkmaster Flex took the allegations to another level this week when he dropped what is said to be a reference track of Miller rapping "10 Bands" for Drake. Then late Friday night Flex claimed he has more recorded verses Drake supposedly copied for his own songs. The Hot 97 personality posted the following tweets.


While Miller and OVO producer Noah "40" Shebib have both acknowledged Q.M. worked on Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late project, neither man has explained the "10 Bands" reference track released by Funk Flex. They also have not specifically addressed how much Miller contributed to Drake's work.

Drake has yet to formally comment on the situation. As of press time, Flex has not released any supposed reference tracks for Drake's verse on "R.I.C.O." or for his song "Know Yourself."

[ALSO READ: Producer 40 Shebib Defends Drake, Doesn't Directly Deny "10 Bands" Ghostwriting Allegations]

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

via AllHipHop


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