Fresh off the back of completing a successful run of European tour dates, International DJ and producer Carnage has unveiled his brand new album, Battered Bruised & Bloody; a 13-track production featuring the collaborative talents of Migos, Lil Pump, and many more.
Packed with the high energy in-your-face-bass we’ve come to expect from the Guatemalan-American DJ, Battered Bruised & Bloody features recent singles ‘Learn How To Watch’ featuring MacMiller & MadeinTYO, ‘i Shyne’ with Lil Pump, and ‘PLUR Genocide’ with Grammy-nominated international DJ and producer Steve Aoki featuring Lockdown.
The producer has already travelled across the globe, taking in much of Europe with sets in Paris, Istanbul, Amsterdam, and London’s iconic XOYO club, before rounding off the tour in his native United States – with performances in Boston and San Luis as April draws to a close. Showing total loyalty to his fans, Carnage has also curated his very own event called “Renegade Series”, which is running alongside the tour and has seen him visit 5 different US cities on 5 different dates for his fans to attend free of charge if they were unable to get tickets for the original tour dates.
A diverse and dynamic production which showcases Carnage’s cleverly crafted production skills, his hip-hop influences are evident throughout album opener ‘Chump Change’, whilst ‘Bed Bugs’ takes on a more down-tempo feel.
Ever since Carnage produced the hit song, ‘Big Spender’ with Theophilus London and A$AP Rocky, he has single-handedly been elevating his unique mix of genre-bending production to mainstream popularity. Debuting the critically lauded collaborative EP with Young Thug, titled Young Martha in 2017, Carnage also 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’ featuring iLoveMakonnen, earned him a RIAA Gold certification and both Young Martha and Step Brothers EPs garnered over 80 million streams collectively on Spotify alone