Tsu Surf vs Danny Myers heated ghostwriting debate ANGRYFANS RADIO1
Ghostwriting…should you or shouldn’t you? Keep in mind that there have always been very passionate opinions on both sides of the ghostwriting debate.
Ghostwriting…should you or shouldn’t you? Keep in mind that there have always been very passionate opinions on both sides of the ghostwriting debate. However I believe that the meteoric growth of social media not only seems to be fueling a very rapid proliferation of this dialogue, but it also seems to be causing both sides to become more entrenched in their positions. As a backdrop for the text that follows, it is important to understand that we are living in a time where the masses now have a very public voice…everyone is now an author, pundit, commentator, etc., and it is because of this that the masses now have a very vested interest in the ghostwriting discussion. In today’s post I’ll examine the both sides of the ghostwriting debate…
"I might take Quentin to Follies"
Song: "Digital Dash"
Who said it:
While there are countless references to Magic City, the strip club that Future's touring DJ and good friend Esco has a residency at, Drizzy brings up yet another popular strip joint in the area, Follies. The line also serves as his first on-record acknowledgement of Quentin Miller, the Atlanta-based writer who co-wrote multiple tracks on his last mixtape. After artfully dodging the ghostwriting debate with some powerful diss records, Drake has decided to slip in a quick reference to Quentin toprove he has nothing to hide.