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  1. It’s good that Bangladesh is putting out this information. It’s sad that in 2012 everyone making music doesn’t know this already.

  2. thanks for sharing this useful information, your blog is interesting.

  3. I think he’s a very creative producer, but from a business prospective he makes bad moves. How you get jacked for your beat and still make another project for the artist that stole your shit? Do lost lots of money and thats not kool.

  4. @Bryce Wonder I see your point, but those Beats he did for Wayne created a lot of exposure for him which has created a lot of opportunities to make $$$$ from other projects!

  5. I think Bangladesh is like any other run of the mill producer who got lucky and that is it! Knowing the right people and being in the right place (your music that is) is what counts. Now a days there are over 1200 new producers jumping on the bandwagon each and every day who eventually get better because of easier accessible music programs being development and more simple to you that most don’t even have to know a properly developed skill of Music Chord progression. (Yes, it is sad and pathetic these days who might make a buck in this biz)