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Jazz Cartier Teases 'Fleurever' Project, Due Out in 2017

The buzzmaking Toronto native is preparing the follow-up to 2016's 'Hotel Paranoia.'
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On Thursday evening (December 15), during a homecoming concert in his native Toronto, buzzmaking emcee Jazz Cartier announced plans to release a new project, entitled Fleurever, in 2017.

Per a source within Cartier's camp, no material released during 2016, such as "Just In Case," "Waste" and the newly-released "Pree," will be on the project.

While Cartier's first DJBooth feature came in 2012, for the Lantz-produced "Ataraxia," the T-Dot representative didn't truly begin to catch a buzz until he released his 2015 mixtape Marauding in Paradise. Earlier this year, Cartier followed-up Paradise with the release of Hotel Paranoia, undeniably his best body of work to date and the source material for his Holy Shit-worthy "Red Alert / 100 Roses" video.

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This announcement follows a wildly successful fall tour, during which Cartier earned close to $85k in merch sales.

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By DJ Z, who loves to argue with you on Twitter.

Photo Credit: Instagram

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