Jazz Cartier's "Set Fire" is my favorite song of the year so far, if we're being entirely honest. "Set Fire" just sounds fucked up in the best possible way—like watching a shitty horror movie with your hands half way over your eyes and not wanting to look but watching every gory part of the movie. It's that simple.
Today, he's back with yet another new song "Switch." He says the idea of this song was fueled by the Detroit Pistons in 1990 (aka the Bad Boys) who played in The Palace, which he feels his Get Home Safe crew is like right now. It's just another anthem for his crew—and they're just going to keep coming as he's releasing his Marauding In Paradise project soon.