Producer beef is becoming more common than rap beef.
In a interview with XXL, Bangladesh was quoted as saying:
“I don’t think Swizz is relevant…I’m keeping it 100… I think there’s a difference between relevance and musical relevance… 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?”
Our boy Swizz Beatz was mostly mum on the topic, but he did send out this loaded tweet yesterday:
Clearly Swizz was trying to defuse the situation before it could go any farther. As for Bangladesh, his eventful day wasn’t done. When questioned about the Interview on Twitter, Bangladesh kind of backed away from the comments. He never says he was misquoted by XXL (a popular route) but rather, that Swizz wasn’t the focus of the interview:
He then sent Swizzy a tweet, explaining himself a little more:
It looks like this beef might be buried already.