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Rapper Jazz Cartier holds up a Quebec flag during his performance on Day 1 of FEQ 2019
Jazz Cartier at FEQ 2019 (Photo: Vladymir PH/HipHopCanada)

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Photos: Toronto’s Jazz Cartier performs on Day 1 of the Festival d’ete de Quebec

Toronto rapper Jahmarie Adams, known to the music industry as Jazz Cartier, started off Friday night at Festival d’ete de Quebec. The JUNO Award-winning Toronto rapper, who is signed to Capitol Records, released his debut studio album Fleurever on July 27, 2018.

Jacuzzi took to the stage with high energy and was not going to give the audience even a second to breath. Everyone in the pit quickly began to reciprocate the same energy. Cartier asked people in the photo pit to pass him the one of the Fleurdelisé (flag of Québec) a fan was holding, and he continued the song while waving the flag in the air.

Performing hits such as “Gliss,” and the Lantz-produced singles “Red Alert” and “Dead or Alive,” the crowd couldn’t get enough of Cartier’s moves and infectious flow.

Nearing the end of his set, Cartier leapt into the photo pit and down the runway standing on the guardrails to get closer to fans. He finished the song standing on the rail that separated the pit and the sound booth, and on his way back to the stage he launched himself into the crowd where he was hoisted up like a boss.

Fleurever is available on Apple Music, Spotify, and other digital streaming outlets.

For more information about the Festival d’été de Québec please visit the official website.


Photography by Vladymir PH for HipHopCanada
Written by Cheyanne for HipHopCanada

  • Rapper Jazz Cartier holds up a Quebec flag during his performance on Day 1 of FEQ 2019
  • Rapper Jazz Cartier holds up a Quebec flag during his performance on Day 1 of FEQ 2019

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