Jazz Cartier – Disclosure

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Jazz Cartier is back.

Toronto’s Jazz Cartier has been somewhat peaceful after the arrival of his introduction collection Fleurever, just delivering a small bunch of singles since to hold fans over.

With the arrival of his most up to date single “Revelation,” it appears to be evident that he’s been holding his head down to zero in on investing energy.

Makers Halfway, Coop, and BNYX give a skipping, thundering beat as Jazz avows that his quietness was vital: “still move constant, my time restricted, plans I won’t ever reveal.”


On the off chance that this tune is any sign of the new music the Toronto rapper has available, his return will be energetically gotten.

Check out “Disclosure” below and share your thoughts with us in the comments.

Lyrics

I was only six, eyes lit first time seeing fifty bands
Still got n****s that trap, some pimp and some do scams
Can’t tax us for the shit we do, no Uncle Sam
Bail money in the safe, that’s just in case get caught in a jam
Undertaker with the thots, play the game in figure-fours
Demons kicking down the door, gotta keep the trigger close
Never speak on what I hear, never tell them what I know
Neck covered in the gold, floors flooded with the rose


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