In the immortal words of Lil Wayne, “Real Gs move in silence like lasagna.” That’s why Jamal Bufford keeps his burners equipped with Silencers at all times. But don’t get it twisted; his stealthy approach to the hustle doesn’t stop the Michigan spitter from turning up on his latest LP single. Over the syncopated percussion and sour brass chords of Booth fave Slot-A, the emcee formerly known as Buff1 delivers verses designed to take the words right out of haters’ mouths. Motown underground vet Magestik Legend delivers the record’s sung hook. For this shadowy street banger, the previously-featured Higher and much more, cop Bufford’s Victim of a Modern Age LP when it drops Tuesday, December 10, via Mello Music Group. The DJBooth will be streaming the album starting on 12/9, and selling a premium version on the day of release.
Written by richard on 12/4/13
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