Toronto's Jazz Cartier had the good sense to add a few songs to his Fleurever project, in sensing it had become a crowd favorite. There's no point in leaving loosies on the table if there's something to gain from their exposure. When I think of Jazz Cartier of an artist with an amorphous quality to endure changes in the atmosphere, culturally speaking. On "Cuzzi Relax" he gets into a manic shouting match with a tempestuous voice creating confusion in his head.
"Cuzzi Relax" is produced by Mathaius Young, a hip-hop practitioner that defies labels and simple conventions. Together they crafted an interesting type of record that belongs to the new age. Forget narrative structure, we-they-nobody does that anymore. It's kind of old-fashioned unless you're filing a missing person report, in which case I'm sure Jazz and Mathaius are wishful thinkers.
Check out the four new adds to Fleurever right here. Better yet, give the whole thing a reload.
Cuzzi ain't no Uncle Sam
Fuck it man, I'ma finna tax
She put that thing in my lap
Ride with that thing in the lap
They try to copy the cat
But they can't do with like Jazz.