Tomorrow: Jay Z’s A&R nephew Rel Carter stops in Toronto during 4-city Culture Tour
Toronto, ON – Artists, managers and indie labels take note! This Wednesday, Oct. 11, The Rel Carter Culture Tour lands in Toronto providing a platform for Toronto’s artistic talent. Rel Carter, the multi-faceted DJ, music manager and Roc Nation A&R executive (and Jay Z’s nephew) makes his way Toronto in search of new ground-breaking talent.
The Rel Carter Culture Tour aims to celebrate and acknowledge excellence in urban arts, fashion and media. The 4-city tour will feature live musical performances, a meet and greet and special guests. 50% of the proceeds from the showcase will go to local Toronto charity, Hope Works Connection.
It all goes down inside Revival Bar (783 College Street) with tickets costing $10 at the door.
Supporting the Culture
This platform is designed to provide independent creatives with an informative, affordable and accessible alternative to the traditional artist showcase. The Rel Carter Culture tour aims to provide artists with real facts and deliver upfront realities of the music business while simultaneously providing the opportunity to build rapport and engage with an experienced industry professional.
About Jarrel Carter
Born Jarrel Carter, this multi-faceted DJ, and music manager has spent many years ensuring his success was self-made and not solely derived from his family lineage. Known nationally as a popular disc jockey, ‘Rel’ received his Bachelor of Science in Business and Administration in 2011 before launching his independent management company, ‘Carter Wisdom Management’, managing and guiding the careers of upcoming artist and songwriters. By 2015 Rel had become an ambassador for his Uncle (Business Mogul Jay-z’s) popular Dusse’ brand.
He currently maintains a weekly internet podcast for the brand from his penthouse office of Roc Nation records and maintains the role of A&R coordinator for the multi-million-dollar music empire. With the launch of the “Culture” tour, Rel has the opportunity to leave the busy daily offerings of the Roc Nation offices in Manhattan to celebrate creative excellence around the country and witness it first-hand.
— HipHopCanada (@HipHopCanada) October 10, 2017