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Drake May Have Exposed A '6PM in New York' Reference Track In 2014

By HHL Editors

We're still not entirely sure how Meek Mill learned about Quentin Miller and the Drake reference tracks last summer.

But itseems like two years ago somebody could have figured out that Miller was ghostwriting for Drake by looking at Drizzy own IG page and interpreting some abbreviations.

Here's a post from 2014. Most of the songs on Drake's iTunes are from Future's tape Monster, but check the first two.

On the plane with my brother @future new tape!!! "I turnt the whole world up now they wanna treat me like an outcast or something" Future Hendrix Fire Marshall Future The Wizard

A photo posted by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on

Some eagle eyed fans are saying that in the first line 1da refers to Boi-1da, Q to Quentin Miller, and Noel for Drake's engineer Noel Cadastre.

This would suggest Miller also worked on the Tyga diss '6 PM In New York,' which is also listed as "ref" for reference.

Miller isn't listed in '6 PM''s official credits.

What do you think?

And it does it even matter at this point?

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