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Jazz Cartier & Mike WiLL Made-It’s new track is for girls who dance like “Nobody’s Watching”

Toronto, ON – Earlier this week Jazz Cartier premiered a new track in collaboration with Mike WiLL Made-It titled “Nobody’s Watching”.

“Nobody’s Watching” is a trap-heavy dance anthem about the power harnessed by a woman who actually knows how to dance. According to Jazz’s RapGenius verified commentary, the track was inspired by one of his homegirls who told him she likes to dance like nobody’s watching when she’s getting ready to go out. The track is backed by a tribal, almost militant-style Mike beat, with just enough booty bounce to keep things moving.

It’s definitely a different look for Jacuzzi, though. Jazz Cartier’s partnership with Lantz has been the cornerstone for his come up. But since Lantz isn’t on the beat, this track shows us a different side of Jazz’s artistry. It’s a sound that’s heavily dipped in ATL, and includes a lot of female worship: “Hair like Pocahontas/ Dancin’ like nobody’s watchin’/ Shake that ass for papi, pop it like nobody’s watchin’/ Party at my crib until the neighbors stop it/ For now, we dancin’ like nobody’s watchin’.”

The song comes to us as part of a two-track digital release slated to drop on Aug. 23 via Red Bull Sound Select that will also feature the Ro Ransom featured “Make A Mess”. Keep it locked on that, and listen to “Nobody’s Watching” while you wait.

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