Quentin Miller Speaks Out: No Payment for Songwriting Contributions to Drake's Music
Quentin Miller, a rapper and songwriter from Atlanta, has recently revealed in an interview with Vlad TV that he was never compensated for his work on Drake’s album “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.”
Miller was credited as a songwriter on five tracks on the ‘If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late’ album (“Legend”, “10 Bands”, “Know Yourself”, “No Tellin’, and “Used To”) but he claims that he never received any publishing royalties or payments.
In the interview, Miller talked about the sacrifices he had to make and the difficulties he faced trying to support his family without proper compensation for his work. Miller’s revelation has sparked a conversation about the treatment of songwriters in the music industry and the importance of fair compensation for their contributions.
Miller revealed that he only received a one-time payment of $30,000 for his work.
This news has sparked a heated debate online, with many accusing Drake’s team of taking advantage of Miller and not fairly compensating him for his contributions to the album. Fans and industry insiders alike have called for more transparency and fairness in the way songwriters are compensated for their work.
It is important that artists and songwriters are fairly compensated for their hard work and talent, and that the industry works to ensure that all parties involved are treated with respect and fairness.