Jamall Bufford has released his a music video for his song "Nineteen." The clip is directed by Gerard Victor and finds the Michigan-based rapper weaving an insightful tale on the pitfalls of life. He first focuses on his 19-year-old brother who has seemingly lost his way. Bufford later describes his own journey, which has also been met with adversity. "I done seen my homie in a casket/12 or 13 not really knowin' what just happened/Seems like a couple days before we was just laughin'/The crazy part was that my other homie did the blastin'," he raps in a chilling tone over ZO! and 14KT's pensive production. "Nineteen" is a reflection of Bufford's introspective style. It's something that can be heard throughout his new album Victim of a Modern Age.