Bangledesh is not on the best of terms right now with Young Money as he is suing Lil Wayne for $500,000 for failure to pay him for production of "A Millie".
He recently told Vibe, "I don’t really give a f*ck about [Wayne]. I can't give a f*ck about somebody that don’t give a f*ck about my situation, I have kids. In the hood, people get killed for ten dollars. I couldn’t imagine owing someone hundreds of thousands of dollars and just walking around in front of them. I'm so confident in myself, that I don’t need Lil Wayne. There's gonna be so many opportunities. I can create a Lil Wayne."
There is no denying though, that the beat is incredible and was one of the hottest songs off of Wayne's album 'The Carter III".
Bangledesh talks to VladTV about how he got the beat into Weezy's hands.
"Basically the connection was my friend that I went to high school with, Shanell. She's actually in Young Money now. She just knew Wayne and "A Millie" was a beat that I always wanted to play for Wayne. I had a lot of opportunities to sell it, but I always hold my beats until I want the person to hear it. Until they hear it, I can't do nothing else with it. So I had an opportunity to play it for him and he went in on it immediately, freestyle. He'll freestyle and just perfect it, listening back to it, like not writing."
Bang said in his opinion Cory Gunz spit the dopest verse out of any of the countless remixes to the song.
"My NEW single, "World On Fire", has been released and is now available on iTunes & most digital stores. It is the first single from what will be my second independent album release. Support the music & the message with your…"