Guest Star: "My Biggest Regret Was [Selling] Tracks To Artists That I Shouldn't Have"
Thursday, Jan 6, 2011 3:50PM
[With 2010 now a distant memory, "6 Foot 7 Foot" producer Bangladesh reflects on his biggest regrets from last year and reveals what to expect from him in 2011.]
[Last year], I kinda moved slow and banged out a lot of things, but sometimes I might have sold a couple tracks to artists that I shouldn't have sold tracks to. I probably shouldn't have sold the tracks to those particular artists because they could have probably been bigger for a different artist.
I think looking back at 2010, that's gotta be the biggest regret that I have. There were those couple of tracks that I sold to people that could have been used in other ways that might have been bigger than what they became. That's probably my biggest regret when I think of everything that happened over the past year.
But looking at 2011, my New Year's resolution would probably be to have ownership of something besides publishing. I want to have ownership in something outside of music. But also within the music, my resolution would be helping break an artist on my Bangladesh Records [label] and getting their career off the ground. That's something I'm really focused on in this year.
I'd also like to produce an entire album [this year]. That's another one of my New Year's resolutions. I want to have an entire body of work to my name.
Be sure to check back tomorrow to peep Saigon's biggest regret of 2010.
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