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Album Review

British hip-hop has been more interesting than American hip-hop for about ten years now, and Jahmek Power (aka Jammer) shows us why on Jahmanji. One of the pioneers of the grime scene, Jammer continues to push its boundaries and redefine its essence on this album; most Yanks won't be able to understand a word, but it hardly matters. The lurching beats on "10 Man Roll" (which features the excellent Boy Better Know crew) and the reggae-inflected "Bad Mind People" (featuring Lickle J and Newham Generals) are completely irresistible, and the guest productions by Toddla T are a welcome addition to the program as well — even if the awkward house setting on "Back to the 90s" is less than a complete success. Perhaps the album's saddest track is the one that features the tragically deceased Shiv Lizzy; the most compelling is the final entry, a midtempo scorcher titled "Better Than." And "One 4 Me," which features vocal contributions from Jammin, Frisco, and Hanzey, is a surprisingly successful example of what can only be called lovers grime. Through it all, Jammer's death-defying flow scampers and skips and trills over the heavyweight beats, holding all of the album's disparate musical elements together like a golden thread.

Customer Reviews

Decent Album

Definitely worth a listen. Not one of those albums where every track hits you in the face with a bucket full of awesome, but a few tracks are just a bit special. Best song by far is "10 man roll" though. Boy Better Know its a tuune!


Jammer is a legend. He is such a unique artist and character that could only be conjured from the UK underground. There's no compromise for the mainstream or the U.S. scenes here; just pure, vibrant, rugged and unpolished grime that manages to bring a few more experimental sounds along [as Jammer has always done]. This album never falls into generic territory and is highly recommended.

Bad Mind People is a banger!

Need to check out this album


Born: London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of grime’s most active and respected producer/MCs, Jammer (Jahmek Power) got his start in 187 Crew, an East London trio that merged into N.A.S.T.Y. Crew around 2000. N.A.S.T.Y. Crew would become the launch point for several other noted grime figures, including D Double E, Kano, and Terror Danjah. Jammer left his mark on the group prior to leaving it, producing “Take U Out,” a rugged and tense single issued on his Jahmektheworld label in 2003. A year earlier, he began to stockpile releases of...
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