In an exclusive interview with MTV News last week, the producer confirmed that he was in Paris working with the duo.
"I was requested to come out there and just give a little insight on the album and give them a beat or two and add and create with 'Ye, which was a big honor," he said. "I been a fan of 'Ye since the first song he ever dropped."
Bangladesh wouldn't go into much detail. In fact, he doesn't even know if the duo will end up using the tracks he submitted for the album.
"It's never a guarantee until that time comes, but the track I left [Kanye] with, he was very satisfied with," he said. "He really expressed that he loved the beat and he's ready to buy it. That's a good sign, but you never know at the end of the day. I don't really talk about stuff until it's signed, sealed and delivered."
In addition to trying to land a track on the high-profile project, Bangladesh got to listen to the tracks Hov and Yeezy recorded. "Sh-- is dope!" he exclaimed. "You know what they do. It's not gonna be nothing less of what y'all expect them to do. It's actually on another level."
As of now, there is no release date for Jay-Z and Kanye West's Watch the Throne, but a track called "Lift Off" featuring Beyoncé and Bruno Mars is rumored to be the next single.
Stay tuned to MTV News for more details on Watch the Throne as they develop.