Directed by Gabriel Hart. Producer Bangladesh spits some bars on his current video with 2 Chainz off his Ponzi Scheme Mixtape. PREVIOUS: Bangladesh – 100 f. Pusha T & Jadakiss (Video)
The Cash Money producer Bangladesh drops his new Ponzi Scheme project. This mixtape has 30 records and features verses from 2 Chainz, Future, ASAPY Rocky, Pusha T, Cyhi Tha Prince and more. Check the stream out below.
Directed by Gabriel Hart Minus 2 Chainz, Bangs, Pusha Ton and Al Qaeda Jada drop the accompanying set of visuals to the Cash Money producer's latest single.
Bangladesh links up with Pusha T, Jadakiss, and 2 Chainz for his latest single, 100, which he recently shot a visual for. Watch the BTS clip from the video shoot. DOWNLOAD: Bangladesh - 100 f. Pusha T, Jadakiss & 2 Chainz
"A Milli" beatsmith Shondrae "Bangladesh" Crawford recruits Pusha T, Jadakiss and 2 Chainz for his new single "100" and drops off a behind-the-scenes clip to the upcoming visual.
Okay, this dude now has no right or reason to bitch and moan about not being paid for "A Milli" anymore. Like, ever. Bang cried foul after he wasn't properly compensated for producing "A Milli" in 2008 and then again last year after he produced "6 Foot, 7 Foot." "It's just hard to keep working
This guy... So according to Al Lindstrom's Beats By The Pound series, Bangs now says that - "somehow" - YMCMB's thoroughbred singer Shannell "gave" Wayne the now-imfamous instrumental. Preaching to the choir, brother man.
A behind-the-scenes look (courtesy of 57thAve) at 40 Water's upcoming video for They Point w/ Dos Chainz and Juicy J. The Block Brochure albums drop March 27th.
The Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil drops March 27th. DOWNLOAD: E-40 - They Point f. 2 Chainz & Juicy J (prod. Bangladesh)
After an awkward intro about his "fashion sense," Bangladesh opens up on where he finds random sounds for his production, ie. snares, and says A Milli "changed the game." Peep the original source of the A Milli vocal sample after the jump. Shout out to Crate Kings.
With Royce and Em's upcoming Bad Meets Evil project on the horizon, MTV caught up with Havoc, DJ Khalil, Denauan Porter and Bangladesh to speak on their contributions. PREVIOUS: Eminem & Royce Da 5′9″ – Fast Lane
MTV So, let me get this straight: after alleging he got stiffed working with Wayne on "A Milli," Bangs willingly collaborated with him again on "6 Foot, 7 Foot" and - once again - allegedly got jerked again? Why would you work with Wayne for a second time knowing what happened the first go-round Shondrae?
During a sit down with VIBE, Bangladesh explains that before Nicki Minaj grabbed Did It To Em for Pink Friday, Lil Wayne, Game & Diddy all attempted to rock with it. Do you think Nicki did it justice? Or would you rather have had Jayceon or Dwayne had their way with it?