|2||Bow (featuring Corey King)|
|3||Ugly (featuring Mic Holden)|
|4||Just Hold On|
|5||Take Time Look Up (Jawwaad Speaks)|
|6||Safe Travels (featuring Fat Tony and Zeroh)|
|7||C'est Un Mot|
|8||For the Youth (featuring Corey King)|
|9||Pause in his Presence (featuring Lisa E. Harris and Sam Gendel)|
|10||No One Knows|
|11||When it Gets Dark (featuring Kenneth Whalum)|
|12||And Then the Anointing Fell|
'But Only After You Have Suffered' is a densely layered and deeply personal new work from multidisciplinary artist, composer, percussionist & producer Jamire Williams.
Conceived as a spiritual, autobiographical artistic statement, Jamire applies sound collage practice to modern jazz composition, beat production, MC/vocalist features, and his uniquely impressionistic drumming style – making an album as akin to minimalist painting as an art-house film soundtrack or a classic hip-hop mixtape. A “self-reflective, almost testimonial work” that swiftly cycles across a vast spectrum of styles, it's the culmination of his five-year musical journey to the outer reaches of his own sound. It’s the album he has always wanted to make.