Dope read. With the recent release of “6 foot 7 foot“, Planet Ill sat down with Bangladesh on branding, the new Lil’ Wayne and Corey Gunz track, and “A-Milli“. Below is an excerpt with rest on Planet Ill. Click here to read the whole interview. Dude keeps it real.
Planet Ill: You donâ€™t think that poisoned â€œ6 Foot 7 Footâ€ to a certain extent? â€œ6 Foot 7 Footâ€ is a bit more conventional than â€œA Milli.â€ He barred it out. He rhymes his three verses and then Gunz comes on but you donâ€™t think that knocked the chaos out of it?
Bangladesh: No. Because thatâ€™s how I wanted him to do â€œA Milli.â€ When I heard it, I didnâ€™t like it. It might sound crazy, but when somebodyâ€™s creating, you anticipate something. Anticipations are set already so your mind is made up. â€œYeah this is gone be a big record right here!â€ thatâ€™s what Iâ€™m thinking. Itâ€™ gonna be a big record, big hook, blasÃ© blah. Formal structure. So when youâ€™re not physically in the studio with each other, and you get the music back that you sent somebody, and itâ€™s not what you expected it to be, it fucks you up.