Chris Cartier is a 21-year old rapper hailing from the Bronx, New York who has been making subtle moves on the scene these past few years with his straight-no-chaser brand of East Coast hip-hop. The rapper's last single, "Minimum Wage", off of his upcoming album Black Suburbia was a relatable anthem for a lot of blue-collar Americans that showcases Chris' ability to depict the anguish of the working class in a relevant fashion.
The rapper's follow up and second single is a more gritty street anthem titled "Salute", that was recently released in the form of a flashy video directed by F.TrackFilms. The visual features Chris late-night mobbing through the desolate streets of NYC with a group of rowdy associates in a stylish fashion. Check out the visual below and make sure to check out Chris Cartier's newest project Black Suburbia when it drops in September!