Bangladesh has bangers on deck. After creating explosive tracks for Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Lil Wayne, and Rihanna, the Grammy-winning producer is turning the page on a new chapter in his career, collaborating with Migos, Gucci Mane, and Missy Elliott, while also nurturing up-and-coming talent.
Recently, Bangladesh spoke with Rap-Up about a variety of topics, including why he hasn’t worked with Nicki and Weezy since crafting smashes like “Did It On’em” and “A Milli” for the Cash Money stars. “I would like to work with Nicki. I would like to work with Lil Wayne,” said the 39-year-old hitmaker. “I would like to work with anybody. But sometimes, the business unfortunately don’t allow us to deliver the things that we’re here to do. It stops it. It’s the hinderance of everything.”
Later, he elaborated on the topic, which he’s spoken about before, adding, “The type of person I am, I can work with them. I can work with them and deal with not getting paid on the backend, but sometimes you just gotta make a choice with what you want to do in life.”
Fresh off his Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliott collaboration “Get It,” Bangladesh also revealed the guest list for his upcoming album, which includes Migos and Guwop. Plus, find out why he believes he and Rihanna will cross paths again.