Every rapper and his grandmother has hopped on SHONDRAE “BANGLADESH” CRAWFORD’S infectious “A Milli” beat, making the song the biggest hit thus far from Lil Wayne’s No. 1 album, Tha Carter III. But that ubiquitous track is only part of what makes Bangladesh the city’s best beatmaker. He’s slated for upcoming projects with artists ranging from Floetry songstress Marsha Ambrosius to the Neptunes’ rapping protégée Teyana Taylor. And his quiet but consistent ability to craft hits without style-jacking sets him apart from hip-hop’s producers of the moment. He pours the melodic bass lines on thick, adds a little hypnotic sweetener and leans into the boards to produce a signature lounge sound. Imagine that beats with personality. www.myspace.com/bangladeshproductioncompany.