Drake x Quentin Miller

Hit-Boy recently annotated his new EP Zoomin on Genius, and of course everyone is interested in what he had to say about getting Drake’s alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller and his “rival” Pusha T together on “Bussin’ Moves”. Was that intentional? Not so much, says Hit-Boy.

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Hit-Boy said that Quentin’s verse was recorded “for sure before the whole Drake thing” and as for Pusha:

“This Pusha verse is actually from the original ’Clique,’ by Jay Z, Kanye and Big Sean that I produced. So this verse is three years old, but it’s f–king ridiculous, flawless bars. Just the flow and the way he’s in the pocket and the attitude about it… I felt like ’Bussin’ Moves’ was just a concept that made sense for how Pusha set it off.”

Source: Genius