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 don’t think that poisoned “6 Foot 7 Foot” to a certain extent? “6 Foot 7 Foot” is a bit more conventional than “A Milli.” He barred it out. He rhymes his three verses and then Gunz comes on but you don’t think that knocked the chaos out of it?
Bangladesh: No. Because that’s how I wanted him to do “A Milli.” When I heard it, I didn’t like it. It might sound crazy, but when somebody’s creating, you anticipate something. Anticipations are set already so your mind is made up. “Yeah this is gone be a big record right here!” that’s what I’m thinking. It’ gonna be a big record, big hook, blasé blah. Formal structure. So when you’re not physically in the studio with each other, and you get the music back that you sent somebody, and it’s not what you expected it to be, it fucks you up.