“Most of these rappers aren’t really that rich,’” says Jazz Cartier. “The music industry is like gambling. You spend most of your time in the studio making these songs, putting them out, hoping that it will be stuff that takes you to the next level. But it’s a lot of smoke and mirrors.” The Toronto MC dropped by MASS APPEAL HQ to talk about his new album ‘Fleurever,’ which dropped last Friday. “Having a lot more fun with the new music,” he says. “It didn’t feel like work.” Check out the latest episode of Open Space right now.
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