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Previously known as Buff1, the Michigan mic mangler Jamall Buford has been paying dues for many years now, both as a solo artist and a member of Athletic Mic League and The Black Opera. On the first album released under his actual government name (following Pure, There's Only One, and the DJ Rhettmatic collabo Crown Royale), he delivers a great collection of "grown-folks' music," with deeply personal lyrics heavily influenced by real life and his day job working with teens and families. There are a few guests in the mix (Magestik Legend, Neco Red, Vaughn T., Grand Cee, and Tres Styles), but for the most part it's all Jamall; he even produces several joints himself. Somewhat reminiscent of Little Brother, latter-era De La Soul, and Punch & Words, this is thinking-man's hip-hop: unconcerned with flossing, balling, and hustling, more focused on relatable storytelling. It's more suited for headphones than the club; check out the title track, "Travel Light," "Loser," and the outrageously catchy "Living Room Flo (Come See My Crib)."

Customer Reviews

Back to the days of Nas, Talib, Common

I grew up with this cat...and he is putting the music out that we grew up listening to...good music is always relevant.

Mic King

Jamall Bufford (Buff1) has always been a favorite emcee of ours. He's cut from the same cloth as emcees like Ras Kass who make put a premium on delivery and word play. Sharp record. Congrats Buff!

My favorite emcee.

One of the most consistent emcees I know. This project is in the same vein of honesty, conceptualism, raw and solid lyricism that he’s displayed on every one of his other album releases. Dopeness.

Victim of a Modern Age, Jamall Bufford
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap
  • Released: Dec 10, 2013
  • Parental Advisory

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