Best Beats of 2008 - A Milli (Lil'Wayne produced by Bangladesh)

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2008 has been a challenging year, but no matter what, the hip hop world keeps bringing out non stop banging beats for us all.

We love that, and that's why our friend KNL has looked at the best beats to have blessed our stereo speakers in 2008...ready for the ride?

A Milli - Lil'Wayne produced by Bangladesh

Hate it or love it, you couldn’t escape hearing this shit. Sampled from a little known Vampire Mix of a Tribe track called “I Left My Wallet in El Segundo”, Bangladesh hit the jackpot with a repetitive, screwed-up voice laced on a bass-heavy beat, readymade for any rapper to turn into a hit. Almost a shame that Lil Wayne had to get his child-glove sized fingers on it first…

Bangladesh got his big break in 2000 with the massive hit single ‘What’s Your Fantasy” by Ludacris. Since then, we’ve seen him produce tracks for Kelis, Petey Pablo, 8Ball & MJG and Fabulous. But Bangladesh undoubtedly caused the biggest buzz of his career when he passed on the now legendary ‘A Milli’ beat to the man of the moment Lil Wayne this year, gracing him with an incredibly popular club hit and arguably the most buzzing track of the year.

What’s followed is arguably one of the craziest bandwagon frenzies we’ve ever seen, with Jay-Z, Cassidy, Jadakiss, Corey Guns, Lil Mama, LL, Gillie Da Kid, Cyserro and even Chris Brown and Ne-Yo jumping on Bangladesh’s finest. Ne-Yo took it one step further by releasing it as an official single with a video. I haven’t seen people get so excited over one instrumental since Busta dropped ‘Touch It’!

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