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Dubbed “Toronto’s first post-Drake rapper” by Pitchfork, Juno award-winning rapper Jazz Cartier has earned his place alongside the ranks of The 6’s buzziest musicians. Drawing from musical influences including Kanye West, OutKast, and Lil Wayne, Cartier’s music weaves hooky beats through moments of celebratory defiance and unapologetic honesty.
The stepson of a diplomat, Cartier moved over a dozen times before returning to Canada at the age of 18 to pursue a career in music. He made a splash with the critically acclaimed mixtapes Marauding in Paradise (2015) and Hotel Paranoia (2016) firmly cementing Cartier’s legacy in Toronto’s cultural psyche. Coming off the heel of those releases, Cartier’s debut studio album Fleurever (2018) was centered around the expression of duality, exploring the friction between love and money, right and wrong, and living and dying.
Since relocating to Los Angeles in 2019, Carter has since released The Fleur Print 1 (2021) and The Fleur Print 2 (2022) with a long list of collaborators. As a multifaceted creative he’s also expanded into acting, fashion, song writing, television production, and skin care with his coveted Petal Skyn. In 2023 he preps for his most audacious offering to date with The International Man of Mystery which is a whole new sound and identity for the illustrious artist.