The most central figure to the feud between Drake and Meek Mill, besides those two men, was Drake's alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller. His reference tracks for songs like "Know Yourself" and "10 Bands" hit the 'net shortly after Meek sent the tweet read 'round the world, and his work with Aubrey and role in the recording of If You're Reading This It's Too Late remains a topic of discussion.
"Musically, we were in the same mind-set," he told DJ Vlad of his work with Drake, adding that they met through a mutual friend. "We worked on a project together, and that's that."
That's a pretty good indication of his approach to the interview in general: He spoke on the work, though not in specifics, declining to disclose what sort of agreement they came to or how the songs they worked on came to fruition.
Still, it doesn't seem like he regrets his role -- even if it ended with allegedly getting jumped by Meek and his crew.
"It changed my life. It was a great time in my life. It was one of the highlights of my life. I got an opportunity to work with one of the biggest artists in hip-hop, and we were on the same wavelength. We collaborated."