Today, DJ and producer, Carnage released the audio and visuals to, “Learn How To Watch,” featuring Mac Miller and MadeinTYO. The latest track is the first single from his upcoming album and continues in the footsteps of his previous collaborations by pushing the musical envelope and meshing distinct unique melodic productions juxtaposed against cutting-edge hip-hop wordsmiths. Recently premiering on Complex, director, Cole Bennett, recalls how a scene in the video came to life. “Once the video was confirmed, we all eventually hopped on the phone and talked ideas for the video. We knew we wanted to do something really simple but still very visually appealing and I remember saying, what if we put a ton of puppies in a yard for the video. We all laughed but came to the conclusion that it would fit perfectly. From there everything was history.” Released via Heavyweight Records, “Learn How To Watch,” is available now across all digital platforms including iTunes, Soundcloud, and Spotify’s New Music Friday & Rap Caviar playlists; you can watch the video here.
2017 was a prolific year for Carnage. The tireless producer released the critically well-received 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, surpassed 83 million streams and earned an RIAA Gold certification and the Young Martha and Step Brothers ep’s garnered over 14.2 million and 66.9 million streams respectively on Spotify alone – all this and he launched his own label, Heavyweight Records. 2018 is setting up to be a stellar year for the pioneering entrepreneur who will hit the ground running with upcoming national and international tour dates and his annual RARE festivals that showcases luminaries from the hip-hop and electronic scene.
Carnage was catapulted into stardom in the hip-hop space following work with A$AP Rocky & Theophilus London on the hit single, “Big Spender” which led to collaborations and producer led projects that include hip-hop heavy hitters Migos, Rick Ross, A$AP Ferg, Lil Uzi Vert and many others.