Jazz Cartier Monitors His Surroundings on “Pree”
Jazz Cartier ends the year on a high note by releasing his new song, "Pree." The four minute banger finds the Toronto MC rapping about people envious of his accomplishments.
"Why you boys love to pree me, love to pree me/Waste man wanna be me, when you see me/And your ting call me habibi, she my bb/Love how I keep it greezy, this shit is easy," he raps on the hook.
Cartier explains the meaning behind "Pree" and what the song is talking about.
"Pree means to watch somebody and what they're doing, more times in an envious way," Jazz says. "Started in Jamaica and we use it a lot in Toronto. This is just a vibe I've been on." Listen to "Pree" above.
Earlier this fall Jazz went on tour with Post Malone and Larry June. He also previously released "Lil Wayne," a track that paid tribute to the Young Money boss. Weezy took notice and called the record his "new favorite song."
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