With wanted or unwanted fame comes more attention, money, people trying to hop on the coattails of your rocket ship to success. Last summer, whether he wanted it or not, Quentin Miller became a name knows across the hip-hop world for allegedly ghost writing for Drake, and he addresses how that’s affected his personal life on his latest cut, “Cliché.”
Bearing that his relationships are negatively affected because of him (using the cliché “it’s not you, it’s me”), Miller says having options of who he wants to work with, who he wants to talk to, who he wants to enter a relationship with is a difficult thing to get used to. His autotuned vocals are led by piano and string arrangements as he reveals it’s hard to talk about changes in normal conversation.
Listen to “Cliché,” which came along with some generic, touch-in-cheek artwork, below.