Lil Wayne's Producer Bangladesh Says He Hasn't Been Paid

Lil Wayne's Producer Bangladesh Says He Hasn't Been Paid

The beatsmith claims the rapper owes him for "6 Foot 7 Foot" track.

Published April 29, 2011

Bangledesh, who produced Lil Wayne's "A Milli" in 2008 and his recent single "6 Foot 7 Foot" told MTV this week that, "it's hard to keep working for free." The producer suggested that he has yet to be compensated for "6 Foot 7 Foot."


As previously reported, Bangladesh sent the track for T.I., but Gee Roberson, CEO of Hip Hop Since 1978, Wayne’s management company, knew it was perfect for Weezy. In fact, Bang claims he didn't even want any money for the track, he simply asked Wayne to make a feature on his upcoming debut album. Lil Tunechi's yet to cash in on this deal.


This is not the first time a financial issue has come to light between the two. There were payment issues swirling around after the release of "A Milli" but Bangladesh was willing to work with Wayne again. As we heard on "A Milli" and "6 Foot 7 Foot" the two artists have the chemistry to make hit songs. Hopefully the money problems will be settled and they can pump out a few more monster songs.

Written by Laura Hagans Smith


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