Jamall Bufford, the Michigan rhymesayer previously known as Buff1, has unleashed his third studio album. The follow-up to 2008's There's Only One LP, Victim of a Modern Age packs a total of 14 original tracks from the buzzmaking emcee, including reader-acclaimed lead single "Higher" and follow-up "Silencers."
Throughout the set, Bufford is joined on the mic by a wide array of noteworthy collaborators, among them Grand Cee, Magestik Legend, Neco Redd, Tres Styles and Vaughan T. In addition to boardwork by the artist himself, it boasts beats from the likes of 14KT, Doc Illingsworth, Evill Dewer, Slot-A and Zo!
The DJBooth is currently streaming Victim of a Modern Age, which is also available for direct sale (files are high quality MP3s at 320 kbps).
Written by richard on Dec 09, 2013
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