ATL Jacob, the Grammy Award-winning producer, has sent waves of excitement through the hip-hop community with a sneak peek of his upcoming single, teasing a version of Quavo that fans haven’t heard in a while. The producer dropped hints about the collaboration on January 11, leaving fans eager for the release.
In a recent Instagram post, ATL Jacob shared a black and white clip featuring himself and BRS Kash vibing to what seems to be the upcoming track, possibly titled “RNS” or “Rich N-gga Shit.” Quavo’s response on the post, “what we doin,” sparked anticipation, and fellow artists like Metro Boomin and TM88 couldn’t help but shower the post with flame emojis.
The excitement escalated when ATL Jacob took to X to share more details, stating, “I’m bringing back the Old Quavo [flame emoji] my brother vocals just landed.” The snippet of the song preview left fans craving for more.
However, amidst the excitement, ATL Jacob found himself in a bit of social media drama due to comments made in an interview regarding his Grammy-winning collaboration with Future on “WAIT FOR U.” In the interview, he revealed the challenges faced during post-production, particularly with obtaining clearance for the sample used in the hook, a snippet from Tems’ song “High.”
The interview clip stirred controversy, leading to the singer’s manager, Muyiwa Awoniyi, disputing the claims and labeling them as untrue. Tempers flared on social media, with ATL Jacob defending himself against the accusations and Tems responding with sarcasm, adding a touch of drama to the unfolding narrative.
As the hip-hop community eagerly awaits the release of ATL Jacob’s new single, the social media drama adds an unexpected twist to the unfolding story, creating a buzz that extends beyond the music itself.
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