Last month on February 13th, “A Milli” from Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III album that was produced by Bangladesh turned 10-years-old.
To celebrate it’s anniversary, the producer explained to Rap-Up why he did not like the single on the first listen, what made him change his mind, how it created a lot of new Weezy fans, the influence it has gave on rappers and producers, and more.
You can see what Bangladesh said about Tunechi‘s “A Milli” song after the jump below!
Lil Wayne‘s “A Milli” single off his Tha Carter III album, which was produced by Bangladesh, officially turned 10-years-old on February 13th.
For it’s 10-year anniversary, the producer chatted to Complex all about the song, such as creating the beat, how it ended up in Tunechi‘s hands, the sample, his reaction to first hearing what Tune did over the instrumental (he wasn’t feeling it at first), the legacy of it, his thoughts on everyone freestyling over the beat, Cory Gunz being on the original version of the track, and more.
Hit the jump to read everything what Bangladesh said about Weezy‘s “A Milli” record. It seems like only yesterday when the original version of “A Milli” leaked!
“Oh Drizzzyyy! Take that motherfucking suit off and come fuck with a real nigga, nigga!”
“I see you Mack… Mack getting that twap!”
In the video above, you can see Tunechi having some fun and performing his “6 Foot, 7 Foot” single with Cory Gunz at Cash Money Records’ Annual Pre-GRAMMY party on February 12, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. Shanell, Lil Twist, Marley G, Lil Za, Troy Bless, CeeCee, and Boo are all on stage with Tune, and you can also see Derick G getting some footage at the side haha. If you missed Weezy performing his “Welcome To My Hood” verse with DJ Khaled and his “Hustle Hard Remix” verse with Mack Maine at this party, then you can watch that here!
After the jump, you can watch two videos of Wayne performing “Every Girl” and Rick Ross’ “9 Piece” record at Club Playhouse for the 2011 Grammys after-party with Tyga, Lil Twist, Mack Maine, DJ Khaled, and Teairra Mari.
Also, a couple of photos from the Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes “Look At Me Now” video shoot were posted on the internet yesterday. I am waiting until we get some official or more photos before I make a post on here, because I know lots of people have been asking why I haven’t posted them up yet.
Lil Wayne, Tyga, Lil Twist, Mack Maine, DJ Khaled, and Teairra Mari hosted the 2011 Grammys after-party at Club Playhouse on February 13th. In the video above, you can see them all partying it up to some of Weezy‘s older hits like “Hustler Musik“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Earthquake“, and Drake and Nicki Minaj’s “Up All Night” and “Moment 4 Life” collaborations.
After the jump, you can watch videos of Tunechi performing “Right Above It“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “Every Girl“, and “Welcome To My Hood“. I could also see Derick G in the back with his camera, so I’m sure he’ll be posting some dope footage from the party soon.