There are a lot of artists (that I knew of) that jumped on the Lil Wayne “A Milli” beat produced by Atlanta Based producer Bangladesh. Here’s what he had to say about getting the track to Lil Wayne. Evidently he expected Lil Wayne to come a little harder on the record but it popped anyway and now it’s the hottest beat out this summer.
This girl I produced for, Shanell, got it to him. But I never went to the lab with him. If I had my way, I would like it more. But I wasn’t around, so what he felt, he put on there. I just thought he would make more of a song out of it, honestly. He’s just rapping. If it was going on the mixtape, it’s cool, but not on no album or single. It’s saying, “A milli.” He needs to pop about being a millionaire. He switched it up and tried to make it “ill.” If that was somebody else, it wouldn’t be on the radio. They just f*ck with Wayne regardless. That right there makes me like that sh*t, because it’s against the grain and it’s working. That sh*t’s no format. A n*gg* went in, freestyled, and that sh*t’s all over the radio. And it’s the hottest beat in hip-hop right now. Every time I turn on Rap City, they in the booth rapping to the beat… - Nahright via Rhapsody