How Sir Cartier Made an Impact on Upcoming Rappers

Sir Cartier’s Impact on the Rap Game Would be Legendary…

“Jordan Terrel Carter.”

Who else knew?…

What did he say?…

A name whos impact would be legendary…

This name may be a mystery to you but he’s a pretty popular person when he goes by his stage name: Playboi Carti. 

Playboi Carti is one of the most astounding and well-known rappers of this generation. Born in Atlanta, in the small town of Riverdale. Jordan never really did like attending high school classes. He would always skip class to pursue his music career, which you will see worked out quite well in the end. In those high school years, Jordan also got a job at H&M which seemed to have an impact on his fashion/modeling career as well. 

Jordan started his hip hop scene at an early age where he was known as Sir. Cartier but then changed his name officially to Playboi Carti in 2012. This is when he started recording most of his songs and uploading them to Soundcloud.

With the release of a few songs before, most of them have now have been removed from the internet but his sudden popularity on Soundcloud was noticed when he signed to the rapper: Father’s underground label called the Awful Records. 

Carti then went on to gain even more popularity during the years by making a lot of singles. The year was 2015 and his most popular song was ‘Broke Boi” which was featured with Da$h and Maxo Kream, both of who were very high in the hip hop game at the time. 

It was then when Carti started popping off and gained the respect of many other rappers due to his rapid rise of fame. He then went on to collaborate with other Atlanta rappers who were part of the underground rap scene. Some rappers included: Yung Bans, Lil Yachty, UnotheActivist. 

The year was 2016 when he got noticed by the A$AP Mob and wrote a single for their album titled “Telephone Calls.” This was also the year he happened to have met A$AP Rocky who also happened to be a fan of him and immediately signed him Interscope Records. 

Carti at this time was on the road to success and in the year 2017 released his mixtape titled: “Playboi Carti” which was #12 on the Billboard 200.  On his mixtape, He released his most famous song up to date titled “Magnolia” and everything else was history… With him going on tours with Gucci Mane and Lil Uzi, from him performing at several of his own concerts and dropping singles, and even landing himself a spot on the XXL’s 2017 Freshman Class. 

Carti changed the style of hip hop by generalizing what we know now as “whisper rapping” At first, nobody seemed to like the idea and it was a hated concept because it was thought out to: “require no talent”  Carti has been revolving this concept for a few years already and has generated enough songs to make a signature voice for himself. This ongoing trend that many new rappers are just previous concepts of what Carti has been doing in years. Carti completely changed the game by making his own subgenre in hip hop. This approach made Carti loved by all his fans and this “generic” flow was later reconcepted to form a new style of beats that he carefully picks it from most of the songs. 

The development in hip hop was shifted acknowledged by Carti himself and the recurring “theme” in his melodies was later abbreviated and dubbed as what we know today as “lo-fi.” Carti was the most stand out rapper because he uses a whispering tone and a lo-fi beat to make his music sound wavy and retro. 

From trap artists around the world, Carti has made a name for himself and published a base foundation for all new-gen artists who want to “copy his flow” A lot of similar rappers who have been inspired by Cartis style are: Madeintyo, Tyler the Creator, Yung Bans, Lil Mosey, Gunna and many more…

Who would’ve known this young boy named Jordan Terrel Carter born in Atlanta, skipped classes a lot and even worked at H&M  would make one of the biggest footprints in hip hop and even leave a mark on the music industry that would change the style of new-gen rappers forever?  

He knew… 

And Jordan knew…

That Carti said…

“I want my impact to be legendary.” – Playboi Carti

The End.