Producer, Bangladesh, recently called out Swizz Beats and his production skill and how relevant in music he is. Bangladesh known recently for his "6 Foot 7 Foot", and "A Milli" beat for Lil Wayne has been in the game for a long time now but just recently started making big waves. He got his first major production on such Ludacris hits as "Whats Your Fantasy", "Ho" to name a few. Mr. Bangladesh's problem isnt what you think it is. It is not the problem that we all have with Swizz Beats… The problem that he puts in police sirens every 2 seconds so when we are driving dirty and listening to his crappy songs or the radio we start freaking out because of the sirens going off every 2 seconds. No not that problem.
The problem Bangladesh is having is that he thinks Swizz Beatz is only being talked about and used now because of his new wife Alicia Keys (in case you dont know how great of a person Swizz Beats is, 2 days before his last wife gave birth she found out Swizz knocked up another girl and had been seeing Alicia Keys sexually throughout their relationship… DRAMA). Anyways Bangladesh takes aim at Swizz saying that all his song of late are not hits and people only work with him due to Alicia Keys being hot and that he has alot of connections.
I don't think Swizz is relevant," Bangladesh told XXL. "I'm keeping it 100." Fans can easily argue that Swizz is as relevant as ever–from producing "Summer On Smash" for Nas and later appearing at the 2012 ESPN ESPYS with God's Son to making a cameo in Rick Ross's New Orleans-shot "Hold Me Back" video to producing "Throw It Away" off Slaughterhouse's upcoming LP, Welcome to: Our House. Yet, Bangladesh doesn't feel it. "I think there's a difference between relevance and musical relevance," he says. "You married a lady that's poppin' [Alicia Keys], you know it'll give you a lot of relevance, but you gotta make hits. Ain't no hits. Are you relevant for the craft you're doing or the life you live as far as the decisions you make?" (XXL Mag)