Hip-Hop producer Bangladesh is tired of these young producers stealing his style and sound. While in London working with boy band JLS, Bangladesh stopped by Tim Westwood’s radio show to talk about his influences and air out the people he believes stole his style.
Tim Westwood and Bangladesh were having a cool conversation when the subject of younger producers jacking his production style. While Bangladesh aired Da Internz out for stealing his sound, he didn’t mention their name on the radio. “I wouldn’t even say they name. I don’t think people know they name. I don’t wanna like, put ‘em on blast. …[Rihanna's] ‘Birthday Cake’ is definitely my style. Rihanna is my style,” said the producer. “There’s a lot of them. I think I’m the influence of the young producers. I think a lot of it is my style.”
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The “A Milli” maestro went on to say, “Big Sean‘s ‘Dance (A$$),’ same producers. I think we’re getting somewhere with this. They stealing my swag. I’m dripping it everywhere. They pick it up after I do it.”
Once Bangladesh was done talking about Da Internz, he began talking about how Organized Noize and Timbaland‘s production style inspired him to switch his production flow. “I was inspired by Timbaland at the time. He created a whole new style which I think gave me inspiration to have my own style. Organized Noize. When I first heard OutKast, I really knew what producing was. Really production from top to bottom. Production, flawless.”
Watch the full interview below.
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