Multi-Genre DJ & Producer Carnage Set To Release Sophomore Album “Battered, Bruised & Bloody” On March 2nd

Today, the musically versatile, producer and DJ, Carnage revealed the cover art and title to his much-awaited sophomore effort, Battered Bruised & Bloody. The album is slated for release on March 2nd via Heavyweight Records and is available for Spotify pre-save now.  After months of dropping hints, guest features and track listing for the upcoming album are still under wraps and will be announced shortly.

Recently the tireless producer released back-to-back critically well-received singles, “i Shyne” with Lil Pump and “Learn How To Watch,” featuring Mac Miller and MadeinTYO. Since release “I Shyne” has have surpassed 2.4 million Spotify streams, 5.1 million views on YouTube and 2.3 million plays on SoundCloud.  “Learn How To Watch” has over 2.1 million Spotify streams, the video has surpassed 2.4 million YouTube views, and the track has garnered 510k plays on SoundCloud.

In 2017 Carnage debuted the eagerly-awaited and critically lauded collaborative EP, Young Martha, with Young Thug, introduced the world to his hip-hop persona, THIRTYRACK on the Step Brothers EP with G-Eazy, and unleashed two solo tracks, as THIRTYRACK, Xan Man, and “Fuck N****.”Additionally, in 2017 the worldwide hit, “I Like Tuh” feat. iLoveMakonnen, earned an RIAA Gold certification and the Young Martha and Step Brothers ep’s garnered over 15.4 million and 69.1 million streams respectively on Spotify alone – all this and he launched his own label, Heavyweight Records. 2018 is already setting up to be an amazing year for the pioneering entrepreneur who will hit the ground running with national and international tour dates and his annual RARE festivals that showcases superstars from the hip-hop and electronic scene.

Carnage has single handedly been elevating his unique mix of genre bending production to mainstream popularity ever since he produced the hit song, “Big Spender” with Theophilus London and A$AP Rock. His much sought-after production work has led to collaborations and producer led projects that include hip-hop heavy hitters Migos, Rick Ross, A$AP Ferg, Lil Uzi Vert and many others.


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