After producing urban hits such as Lil Wayne‘s “A Milli,” Beyonce’s “Diva” as well as work for Ludacris and Game, Bangladesh has announced that he’s presently at work with Ke$ha. The Des Moines, Iowa native presently residing in Atlanta, Georgia recently spoke of the development to The Los Angeles Times‘ “Pop & Hiss” music blog.

“They want me to do me. [Ke$ha] asked me to make it sound ‘gangsta.’ They don’t want me to try to change what I’m doing because it’s pop,” he told the paper. Previously, Ke$ha sang on Flo Rida’s chart-topping “Right Round.”

Additionally, after claiming he was not properly paid for Lil Wayne’s monster hit from Tha Carter III, “A Milli,” Bangladesh confirmed that he has submitted music to Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday debut coming on Wayne’s Young Money label. Read what the producer said about the relationship he has with the project and Cash Money Records at “Pop & Hiss” here.