Lou Phelps Recruits Jazz Cartier & Kaytranada For “Come Inside”

It’s been just under a year since the world heard Lou Phelps‘ 001: Experiments 001 tape, an impressive project showcasing his versatility alongside the likes of Innanet JamesBishop Nehru, and more. Since then, the Montreal artist has blessed us with a few features and mixes leading into the new year.

Phelps is back on our site today with “Come Inside,” a nostalgic trip featuring production from his blood brother Kaytranada and Toronto emcee Jazz Cartier. The trio of talent combines elements of disco, funk, and hip-hop to create a refreshing and upbeat tune. With a catchy hook, suave verses, and a steady beat, this is a sonic treat you don’t want to miss.

Stream “Come Inside” below.


Ro Ransom Taps Jazz Cartier For “Prettiest”

On the heels of touring with Dua Lipa, Ro Ransom continues to grow with his handful of solid releases under his belt. For his first track of the year, the New York crooner recruits the blossoming Prince of Toronto Jazz Cartier for a star-studded collab titled “Prettiest.” The Tim Suby-produced collab gleams with talent, pairing Ro’s sweet vocals with Jazz’s similarly impressive verse.

Check out “Prettiest” below and stay tuned for Ro Ransom’s forthcoming Momentum mixtape.

Jazz Cartier Teases New Project With “Tempted”

2016 was nothing short of a banner year for Jazz Cartier. From releasing his sophomore effort Hotel Paranoia to touring with Post Malone and chaining a string of festival dates around the world, the Prince of Toronto continued to ascend the charts.

Produced by T-Minus and Lantz, Jazz is back with a new cut titled “Tempted.” The first taste of his forthcoming Fleurever project stands in contrast to Jazz’s usual taste for slurring trap, showcasing his more uptempo side. Jacuzzi has his eyes on a special woman, detailing the “what ifs” of the night.

Stream “Tempted” below and stay tuned for more on Fleurever.

Jazz Cartier Returns With Eerie Track, “Pree”

The Prince of Toronto Jazz Cartier has unveiled a new tune titled “Pree.” According to Jazz, those that pree watch moves closely—often out of spite or envy. His latest cut address haters and biters, coupling his mellow flow with spacious production. Adding to his string of releases this year including Hotel Paranoia, “Lil Wayne,” and “Waste,” Jacuzzi is set to have an even bigger 2017.

Stream “Pree” below.

Show Recap: Post Malone, Jazz Cartier & Larry June Unite In San Diego

Earlier this week, Post Malone kicked off The Hollywood Dreams tour at the Observatory North Park in San Diego. Along for the ride are FKi 1stLarry June and Jazz Cartier, who each held their own throughout the show.

(Left to Right) Kawasaki, P-Lo, Larry June

After 1st hyped up the crowd with a few summer singles, Larry started the night with his DJ, Kawasaki. Running through his discography and often hopping into the crowd to share his energy, the duo made sure the Bay was well represented with Larry’s signature “Yee hee!” and “Good job, Larry!” adlibs. HBK’s own P-Lo was also in the building, taking the stage towards the end of his set.

4th Pyramid (Left), Jazz Cartier (Right)

Next up was W&V alumni Jazz Cartier, backed by his DJ 4th Pyramid. Bringing to life tracks from his most recent project, Hotel Paranoia, alongside recent singles “Just In Case” and “Lil Wayne,” the Prince of Toronto captivated the audience with ease. Jacuzzi’s remarkable stage presence carried throughout his first performance in San Diego, topped off with his signature blend crowd surfing/walking to “Dead Or Alive.”

Post Malone (Left), Fki 1st (Right)

To finish off the night, Post Malone took the stage with a teaser of “White Iverson,” segueing into to crowd favorites “Too Young” and “Go Flex.” Posty filled his set with several tracks from his August 26 mixtape before bringing Larry back on-stage to perform their “Never Understand” collab. With the crowd singing every word, the positive spirit kicked off his first official headlining tour in style.

Jazz Cartier Shares New Heat, “Waste”

Jazz Cartier continues to flourish with each release. The Toronto artist captured the attention of the industry earlier this year with his breakout project, Hotel Paranoia, and has since held us down with singles including “Lil Wayne” and “Just in Case.” As he gears to tour with Post Malone and Larry June next month, Jacuzzi La Fleur shows no signs of slowing with his latest track, “Waste.” His latest banger draws production from Twice As Nice, lacing his aggressive verses with a catchy hook. Cartier definitely makes his presence known with his undeniable energy throughout the track—keep your eyes and ears on him in the near future.

Turn up with Jazz and check out his recent interview with HOT 97 below.

Jazz Cartier: Facebook // Twitter // SoundCloud

Post Malone Announces The Hollywood Dreams Tour With Jazz Cartier & Larry June

Post Malone is getting ready to go on tour this fall. Named after one of the tracks on his recent mixtape, August 26, The Hollywood Dreams Tour will kick off in San Diego on September 14, embarking across the States and Canada before its final show in Los Angeles. Also along for the ride is Jazz Cartier and Malone collaborators, Larry June and Fki 1st.

Post Malone is also set to drop his debut album, currently titled Stoney, on August 26 as well. Peep the tour dates below and stay tuned for more information on Stoney. Tickets go on sale this Friday.

The Hollywood Dreams Tour with Jazz Cartier and Larry June:

09/14 – Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA
09/16 – The Marquee – Tempe, AZ
09/17 – The Madison – Provo, UT
09/18 – The Ogden – Denver, CO
09/20 – Emos – Austin, TX
09/21 – House of Blues – Dallas, TX
09/22 – House of Blues – Houston, TX
09/23 – The Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, TX
09/24 – Republic NOLA – New Orleans, LA
09/26 – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
09/27 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
09/28 – The Ritz – Raleigh, NC
09/29 – The National – Richmond, VA
09/30 – The Norva – Norfolk, VA
10/01 – The Meadows Music & Arts Festival – New York, NY
10/03 – Metropolis – Montreal, Canada
10/05 – Sound Academy – Toronto, Canada
10/06 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
10/07 – The Fillmore – Washington, DC
10/08 – Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
10/09 – TLA – Philadelphia, PA
10/11 – Toad’s Place – New Haven, CT
10/13 – House of Blues – Boston, MA
10/15 – Diesel Club Lounge – Pittsburgh, PA
10/16 – The Bluestone – Columbus, OH
10/18 – St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI
10/20 – Egyptian Room – Indianapolis, IN
10/21 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
10/22 – The Orpheum Theatre – Madison, WI
10/23 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
10/26 – Obrian’s Event Centre – Saskatoon, Canada
10/27 – McEwan Ballroom – Calgary, Canada
10/28 – Union Hall – Edmonton, Canada
10/30 – Vogue Theatre – Vancouver, Canada
10/31 – The Showbox – Seattle, WA
11/01 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
11/03 – Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
11/04 – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
11/06 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA
11/07 – Observatory Orange County – Santa Ana, CA
11/09 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA

Jazz Cartier // LaFleur Dad Hats

In the midst of his festival run, Jazz Cartier has returned with some new merch. Following his recent Hotel Paranoia and JLF tees, Jacuzzi has dropped off a pair of new dad hats. Each buckled strapback bears an embroidered LaFleur logo and comes in both a black/orange and beige/red colorway.

Both hats are now available for pre-order and will begin shipping August 26. Also, be sure to revisit “Just In Case.”

Jazz Cartier & Lantz Continue Hot Streak With “Just In Case”

Fresh off his set at Lollapalooza this past weekend, Jazz Cartier has returned with “Just in Case.” The follow-up to his “Lil Wayne” tribute, which grabbed the attention of Mr. Carter himself, features Jacuzzi addressing copycats and competition. Booming production from his right-hand collaborator Lantz lays the scene for Cartier’s aggressive and aptly braggadocious verses. In-between the flexes are a few standout lines, including “I am a liar, I am a cheat // I am becoming my dad.”  Overall, this heater is sure to have you wylin’ out with the squad and amped for more from the duo.

Jazz Cartier: Twitter // SoundCloud

Lantz: Twitter

Jazz Cartier Drops New Track, “Lil Wayne”

With Hotel Paranoia in heavy rotation, Jazz Cartier has had one hell of a year—the Toronto artist recently tore up the stage at Fvded in the Park and has a slew of festival shows in store. As the follow-up to his late night theme song “Ring 4x” with Ye Ali, Jacuzzi La Fleur has unveiled a surprise single, “Lil Wayne,” which premiered on OVO Sound Radio. Cartier teams with Lantz, who also executively produced his past two projects, to pay homage to one of hip-hop’s founding fathers. Coupling his eerie melodies, slapping kicks and upbeat percussion with La Fleur’s apt braggadocio, this is the perfect track to jumpstart your 4th of July weekend.

Stream “Lil Wayne” below.

Jazz Cartier: Twitter // SoundCloud

Lantz: Twitter