After talking to various media outlets to air his grievances with Lil Wayne and Cash Money, Bangladesh says he'll be supplying beats for a few forthcoming Cash Money/Young Money releases. The producer behind Wayne's "A Milli," Gucci Mane's "Lemonade" and dozens of other chart toppers, recently told AOL's "The Boombox" blog that he and Cash Money are back on good terms.
"Everything is being worked out through the legal process," Bangladesh said. "It's really out of his control honestly. I mean he don't run the label, he don't own the label -- he's just on the label. I just got an email from my attorney saying they're getting the exact number of what I'm owned and things will be taken care of. "
In May, Bangladesh claimed he had still not received his $500,000 in royalties for "A Milli," which peaked at number 6 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. Those claims were followed by a lawsuit from Jim Jonsin, another Carter III producer.
Bangladesh added that through talks with Young Money President Mack Maine, he came to an agreement for future beats for Wayne as well as Nicki Minaj. For the full story, visit The Boombox.