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DJ/Producer Carnage Returns To The North East For A Rare Performance In Brooklyn on April 22

DJ Carnage, who has headlined stages for festivals including Electric Daisy CarnivalCoachella and Ultra Music Festival, brings his own unique brand of musical mayhem to Brooklyn on April 22nd.   The well-regarded EDM DJ headlines the show, with a yet to be announced secret location, that features performances from Ugly God, ASOC Boyz, and special guest Borgore.   For more information on the event please click here.

The tireless showman recently released a four-track EP, Step Brothers, with rapper G Eazy and you can listen to the EP here.  The lead single, “Guala,” is already nearing nine million in combined streams/views since its release in late March and you can view the comical video here. His 2015 full-length debut, Papi Gordo, bowed at #1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart and spawned the smash “I Like Tuh” (feat. iLoveMakonnen), that is closing in on 68 million Spotify streams.

Carnage has managed to straddle the line between electronic music and rap, while firmly holding on to his hip-hop core with singles that include “WDYW” [feat. Lil Uzi Vert, A$AP Ferg, & Rich The Kid], “Bricks” [feat. Migos], “Gordo” [feat. Rick Ross & araabMUZIK], and more.  His upcoming projects include collaborations with Young Thug, Migos and Meek Mill and are slated for spring releases.

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