Jazz Cartier is ready to take his career to another level. After pulling off a major win at the Juno Awards for best rap record of the year, Cartier has reportedly inked a deal with Capitol Records.
On Tuesday, Capitol praised their latest signee on Twitter: "Fresh off his 2017 @TheJUNOAwards win for Rap Recording of the Year, welcome @JazzCartier to the #CapitolFamily." Billboard reached out to the label for comment.
Last year, Cartier ascended the rap ladder with his album Hotel Paranoia. His sophomore project boasted high-caliber tracks including "Red Alert," "Black and Misguided" and his ambitious cut "100 Roses."
After a strong 2016, the Toronto rapper returned in January with his bouncy single "Tempted." Cartier kicked off his North American tour last month at SXSW. The trek will continue through the summer in notable cities including New York, Washington, D.C., Miami and Los Angeles.
Take a look at Capitol's tweet and his remaining tour dates below.
Fresh off his 2017 @TheJUNOAwards win for Rap Recording of the Year, welcome @JazzCartier to the #CapitolFamily ---- pic.twitter.com/Sylg7XdpaD
- Capitol Records (@CapitolRecords) April 4, 2017
April 12 - London, Ont. - RumRunners
April 16 - Winnipeg, Man. - The Garrick
April 19 - Edmonton, Alta. - The Needle
April 20 - Calgary, Alta. - Music
April 21 - Vancouver, B.C. - Imperial
April 25 - New York, N.Y. - Gramercy Theatre
April 27 - Boston, Mass. - Sonia
April 28 - Philadelphia, Pa. - Coda
April 29 - Washington, D.C. - U Street
May 3 - Montreal, Que. - Belmont
May 4 - Ottawa, Ont. -Bourbon Room
May 6 - Miami, Fla. - Rolling Loud Festival
May 11 - Houston, Texas - Bronze Peacock
May 12 - Austin, Texas - The Parish
May 13 - Dallas, Texas - Cambridge Room
May 17 - Los Angeles, Calif. - The Roxy
May 18 - Santa Ana, Calif. - Constellation Room
May 19 - Oakland, Calif. - Venue
June 10 - New York, N.Y. - Mysteryland USA
July 29 - Oro-Medonte, Ont. - WAYHOME