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ATL Jacob On Working With Future, His First Big Hits, His Journey As A Producer & More | Big Facts

On a new #BigFacts, Atlanta’s own #ATLJacob joins the crew as he talks his journey as a producer, working with some of the biggest names in Hip Hop like #Future & #KodakBlack & more. Tap In!!!

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