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Has smoking trees started to feel like the same-old, same old? Jamall Bufford has something that’ll get you even Higher. Just put on a pair of headphones, hit “play” and relax as the Mello Music Group signee pumps pure audio crack into your system. 14KT mans the mixing boards on this intoxicating jam, a freshly-minted single off the artist’s next independent full-length. Over his behind-the-boards collaborator’s loping, synth-laced rhythm section, the rhymesayer formerly known as Buff1 delivers brash bars packed with eclectic pop-culture references. (He manages to jump from 1993 Western Posse to Harlemite author James Baldwin in the span of a few bars.) Singer/songwriter Neco Redd lends her vocals to the hook. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep your browsers locked for more fresh singles leading up to the December 10, release of Bufford’s Victim of a Modern Age LP.

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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... More
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