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Bangladesh is teasing a collaboration with Meek Mill and Cardi B. The legendary, fairly dormant producer posted a photo of the pair on Instagram. "When u hear 'Bangladesh' come on before the beat drop u know it’s a problem," he (extremely accurately) captioned the pic of Meek and Cardi on a balcony together.
There's no telling when the track will drop or what it's for, but considering the pairing it's sure to be microscopically analyzed for any possible subliminals aimed at Nicki Minaj, whose "Did It On'em" is a career highlight for both Minaj and Bangladesh.
Meek recently featured on T.I.'s Dime Trap track "Jefe," which Bangladesh produced; the "A Milli" maestro also supplied the beat for Meek's Dreams Worth More Than Money track "Check" in 2015.
Meek has teased a new album, saying in September that it would be dropping any minute. While little else is known about the album, Meek did show that he's willing to get political in his new music. He played a new track for fans in DC that made reference to Colin Kaepernick.
“Back in the ’30s you would be killed if you kneeled/They won’t kill you now, they just take you out of the deal,” Meek raps, according to Page Six.
The political stance shouldn't be surprising, considering that Meek became the face of the probation reform movement following his prison sentence stemming from charges he was hit with at age 19.