Carnage has made a monumental impact on both hip hop and dance music with huge records such as "I Like Tuh" feat. ILoveMakonnen and his festival trap remix of Hardwell's "Spaceman" to highlight a few.
With a name recognized for fueling every festival goer with the utmost energy, Carnage has switched up his vibe right to the feels. Delivering the first single since his break, Diamanté Anthony Blackmon has released his heartfelt track "Letting People Go" referred to as a new sonic direction for the young producer and his most personal release to date sharing his story as a first-generation immigrant.
"Moving forward I want to connect with my fans in a way I never have before. I used to be scared and embarrassed to tell my story. Now I am proud of it and I want you to know it. My mother left Nicaragua, traveled through Mexico, and crossed the Rio Grande into America as an illegal immigrant to create a better life for me. I came to this country speaking little to no English. In this crazy world we all live in now I am embracing this - I am a proud immigrant."
With a heartwarming story many loyal fans can relate to, Carnage has adopted a more melodic approach which features a fresh new sound consisting of soothing vocals from Maryland based indie pop trio Prinze George. To make a deeper impact than providing a new track fro his audience to relax to as the sun sets down, for every user that saves the track on Spotify or Apple, Carnage has pledged to donate $1 to RAICES Foundation. A non-profit agency that provides free and low-cost legal services to under served immigrant children, families, and refugees based in Texas. With a new attitude towards his music and platform as an recognized artist, Carnage has released his forthcoming Reincarnation Tour which started in Houston Texas on March 15 to celebrate his return for 2019.