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Once a royal court jeweler in the French monarchy, today Cartier truly belongs to the ranks of pioneers in the modern watch industry.
This manufacturer already developed the first pilot’ watch, the Santos, back in 1904.
Cartier’s Tank, Pasha, Panthère and Roadster watches are legendary, and the Ballon Bleu line has become a modern-day classic.
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Returning this time as a headliner after serving as an opener for Post Malone back in October, Cartier was ready to conquer the stage fresh off the release of his new mixtape . ”Toronto Rapper Jazz Cartier Debuts Theatric Trap Single ' Opera' As Cartier prepared to launch into his infectious banger “Red Alert,” he asked to change the color of the stage lighting to accommodate the record's urgent feel. All those nights where I was stressing out about shit not happening, I don’t think about that now because look at where we’re at.”As the clock crept past midnight, Jazz no longer has his shirt on after its disappearance into the audience.
Watch Toronto Rapper Jazz Cartier's ' New Religion' Video After his openers G4Shi and Ro Ransom torched the stage, the self-proclaimed “Prince of the City” made his entrance on-stage with a thunderous performance to his intro track “Talk of the Town.” Donning a forest green jacket and a crisp pair of shades, fans watched Cartier gallop across the stage as his dreads swayed back and forth with each bar he spit. To keep the momentum going, he hopped into the more trap-infused records like “Opera," “Tales”, and “How We Do It” -- the latter an ode to the classic 1995 Montell Jordan partystarter “This is How We Do It.” With a string of artists emerging out of Toronto like Tory Lanez and Belly, Jazz is confident that he will be able to showcase his versatility, despite what detractors may think. It’s not a shot to anybody else, but I obsess over this stuff," he explains. I’ve been practicing in front of the mirror years before my first show. His parting gift is a performance of a new track called “Piñata," a perfect wrap-up for the life of the party.
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I could see this was a psychological master who knew how to manipulate an audience.
It’s still a feature of the present-day Cartier portfolio.
Just like the Tank which was launched back in 1917.