"A Milli" producer Shondre "Bangladesh" Crawford talks about working with Lil Wayne, how the track made it into his hands through another artist, and feelings about the various remixes popping up. In the second video he addresses the origin of his production name and ties to the country.
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My God he’s dull. I mean I know producers can be quiet and reserved sometimes but man,,,
man, what’s is he on? sleeping pills, or lean?
NEXT TIME YOU GET A BIG BREAK LIKE THIS MAN…. LEAVE THE WEED AT HOME. lol
yup… he looked a little messed up.
Cool video, boring dude. Crazy how many dudes are still on the 2000xl.
braaaapz….dis beat iz sikkk faam. n i especially lyk it coz da name iz bangladesh. repin bangladesh all dae evry dae bang bang
TIMBERLAND IS NOT A BOOT!!!
DUDE IS A DOPE PRODUCER
Too bad this guy did not even do the track for A Milli. The third credit on the record “C. Hester” actually did the beat and this guy yanked it from him and is now living a lie taking credit. I hope that Cha-lo guy gets the credit a noteriety he deserves, because if this is dude is “what’s hot” God help us.
i am sorry but that is a horrible waste of rock!
lol lol lol lol
i want to be a rapper in the states but im in africa how do i do that
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