Bangladesh wants everyone to know that he keeps it “100” at all times, even while he’s adorned with a blonde wig and Louis bandana, or a mink fur stole that he pairs with black leather gloves. The undeniably flamboyant beatmaker is transitioning from behind the MPC to in front of the mic, and recruits Pusha T and Jadakiss in his anthem of keeping it real.
It’s safe to say that the jury is still out about Bangladesh’s rapping, but it’s refreshing to see him rap about reality over his slappers. Who didn’t think of his public feud with Cash Money over not being paid royalties? Hopefully now that he’s signed to Cash Money Records through his production deal, he’ll keep getting his eight figure octopus checks, and more significantly, try to out-weird Lil Wayne with his wardrobe.