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For years, Bangladesh has been making hit songs for some of music’s biggest stars, including Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Usher.

Now he’s making hit singles for himself.

The producer/rapper just dropped his first single, “100,” which features verses from Pusha T, Jadakiss and 2 Chainz.

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The song features Bangladesh’s trademark bouncy, bass-heavy sound, with a recorded verse saying “100” throughout.

Even though Bangladesh is probably the weakest rapper out of the bunch, he doesn’t embarrass himself on the track, spitting rhymes like:

“Y’all n*ggas 50-50, I keep it 100. I speak the truth in interviews, I keep it 100. I’m the sh*t, smell the fumes, my n*gga we plunging. The 808s on a leash, they say it’s a monster. I got my own label, f*cked around and signed myself. Had a plan and stuck to it, you f*ck boys is stuck boy.”

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Bangladesh might have just dropped the song, but expect some visuals shortly. The producer and all of his friends on the song recently just shot the video.

Check out the song above and take a glance at some behind the scenes visuals of everyone shooting the video below. 

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