Buddy assists Jazz Cartier in new single “Two Of Em”
Jazz Cartier is on a calculated path to prepare fans for its next project Flower Print Vol. 2. The new corpus is due out on July 23, and its latest offering is the single “Two of Em” assisted by Buddy. Accompanied by a vibrant new visual, the duo perfectly feed off each other’s energy as they alternate between smoking, playing chess and more as Jazz handles the opening verse:
Two of them, two of them, ayy, two sisters, two cousins, ooh / ‘Cuzzi and Buddy, don’t you wonder, who did it, who did it? Woah / Two in these two summers, ayy
Who with you, who comes? I need old money, new money / I’m talking about hundreds of bruises, hundreds of bruises (Jacuzzi) / Tia, Tamera, I need both here
In March, Jazz Cartier released their single “Nothing 2 Me” and appealed to Cousin Stizz for help and quickly followed the official music video afterward. In 2020, Jazz Cartier connected to its fan base with the release of three new tracks, including “Itchin For A Lick”, “Basement” and “Disclosure”. Since severing ties with Capitol Records, “Disclosure” marked Cartier’s official return as an independent artist and the first single from his highly anticipated upcoming second album. The song is produced by Coop The Truth (Wale, YBN Cordae, Summer Walker), BNYX (Ty Dolla $ ign, Shy Glizzy) and Halfway (Guapdad 4000).
Cartier entered the scene for the first time with his first mixtape Marauding in paradise in 2015, then fed his growing fanbase with a second mixtape Paranoia Hotel as well as his first studio album Fleurever. These projects ultimately led the Toronto native to win nominations for the Polaris Music Prize as well as the Juno Prize for Rap Recording of the Year. In 2019, he appeared on KTOE’s single “Touring” as well as WaveIQ’s “Crazy World”.
Be sure to hit play on Jazz Cartier’s all new music video for “Two of Em” with Buddy below.