Via ItsOnlyEntertainment.com, super-producer Bangladesh recently spoke on his newest deal with Cash Money Records and working with Brandy on her new upcoming project “2/11”. Peep the interview below…
Bangladesh is the hottest producer in the game right now. He is responsible for creating hits for the biggest artist in the game like Ludacris, Beyonce, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Ke$ha just to name a few. His work dates back as far as 1998, but after producing “A Milli” for Lil’ Wayne’s The Carter IIIalbum he has been mentioned in the media non stop. The instrumental to “A Milli” was so hot, that every rapper’s favorite rapper had to spit a few bars over it.
In 2012, if you want a hit record, Bangladesh is the producer to get the job done. If you don’t have a track from him on your album, chances are your project isn’t hot. The super producer spoke with us for an exclusive interview to speak about the controversy surrounding non payment from Cash Money, signing with the label and working on Brandy’s comeback album, 2/11.
IOE: How did you come with such a unique production sound?
Bangladesh: The influence comes from studying producers like Timbaland, Organized Noize and DeVante. The era of when music was about different styles. You shopped for music back then because everyone had their own style. You wasn’t buying two CDs and they have the same type of sound on it. That is what inspired my sound.
What’s the process of creating that signature Bangladesh sound when you get in the studio?
It’s just something that is natural for me, it’s just how it comes out. I can’t control it, everything I was making was single material. People think you try to make singles but it’s just what happens. It’s not something I’m trying to do.
Lets talk about the Cash Money controversy over non payment. I know the media can hype things up, but was there really beef or was it just business?
It was business. Sometimes the bad business turns into beef. It was just not the best situation at first. Sometime people don’t stop to handle business thats not in their face. I don’t think it was something that was intentionally done. I think it was like they were so busy and had so much going on that it was out of sight out of mind. I didn’t go to the media to put out bad vibes about Cash Money. During the time I did “A Milli,” a lot of people wanted to interview me and when questions were asked, I answered them how I felt because I keep it one hunnid like that. Sometime you can talk too much to the person doing the interview not knowing that they just want you to make them look good. I was mislead, but I don’t take back what I said. I just would not have said it to that person doing the interview.
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