Jazz Cartier "Red Alert / 100 Roses" Video

Posted by , May 10, 2016 at 01:34pm

Watch Jazz Cartier's new visuals for "Red Alert" and "100 Roses" off his "Hotel Paranoia" mixtape.


Two of my personal favorite records off Jazz Cartier's all-around-dope mixtape, Hotel Paranoia, receive a visual treatment today. Not just your average music video though, Jazz brings fans an 360 degree interactive music video. This means you can move the screen left or right to see what's going on at all angles, at all times of the visual.

The two high-energy records play back-to-back on the mixtape, so a joint visual definitely feels appropriate, although for the video Jazz puts "Red Alert" before "100 Roses." Jazz initially mentioned the music video to us during our SXSW interview, and the final product is really dope. Starting off in a dingy warehouse coated in black plastic bags, we find Jazz chilling in a red room with various women and newspapers strewn all over the floor. From there he takes off in a black car and races in farmland, before a cop attempts to pull him over. A car crash takes us into "100 Roses," with Jazz stumbling along the road and arriving in a dark forest, where we then find multiple Jazz's.

Watch the music video above. It's directed by Jon Riera.

Watch Jazz Cartier's new visuals for "Red Alert" and "100 Roses" off his "Hotel Paranoia" mixtape.

Two of my personal favorite records off Jazz Cartier's all-around-dope mixtape, Hotel Paranoia, receive a visual treatment today. Not just your average music video though, Jazz brings fans an 360 degree interactive music video. This means you can move the screen left or right to see what's going on at all angles, at all times of the visual.

The two high-energy records play back-to-back on the mixtape, so a joint visual definitely feels appropriate, although for the video Jazz puts "Red Alert" before "100 Roses." Jazz initially mentioned the music video to us during our SXSW interview, and the final product is really dope. Starting off in a dingy warehouse coated in black plastic bags, we find Jazz chilling in a red room with various women and newspapers strewn all over the floor. From there he takes off in a black car and races in farmland, before a cop attempts to pull him over. A car crash takes us into "100 Roses," with Jazz stumbling along the road and arriving in a dark forest, where we then find multiple Jazz's.

Watch the music video above. It's directed by Jon Riera.

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