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Bangladesh and Cash Money Records have set aside their past differences and are doing business together once again.
Many of you may remember Bangladesh as the producer who said he was never paid for producing Lil Wayne's "A Milli." That dispute simmered for quite a while, but Bang recently told MTV that he has signed a production deal with Birdman and Slim.
"We just did some nice business together. They just bought a whole bunch of tracks, that's about it," Bang said. "They gave me a song deal, basically, first song deal I ever had, so shouts out to Cash Money. Everybody respects each other, and real recognizes real. At the end of the day, the work is solid, so everybody wants to be in business with each other. Our issues, we resolved the issues, so it was time to move on past that and do other business. It's a big step, because it went from negative to positive, so you could show people that you can always work things out."