Jazz Cartier is gearing up for a new album, but before the Toronto rapper drops the project, he shares his latest video for the song "Right Now" featuring KTOE.

Released on Thursday (April 12), the Isiah Blake-directed visuals find a sharp-dressed Jazz Cartier posted up with his girl as he raps his verse. Later in the "Right Now" video, the rapper can be found getting his hair braided by a beautiful woman as he recites the song's catchy hook."Right now, I just, want you right now," Jazz raps.

Up next for Jazz Cartier, the rapper is prepping for the release of his major label debut album, Fleurever, which is set to drop soon. Speaking about the forthcoming project, the rapper said, “The driving force of Fleurever is duality—whether it’s battling the balances of love and money, risks and rewards, right and wrong, or living and dying. I shed a lot of old layers in order to grow new wings.”

While Jazz had been keeping quiet, the rapper is poised for a big year in 2018 and told XXL in 2017 that he has locked in some big names for Fleurever. The album will serve as a follow-up to Jazz's 2016 project, Hotel Paranoia, which took home a Juno award in 2017 for Rap Recording of the Year.

Check out the "Right Now" video below.

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