Lil Wayne and G-Eazy threw verses over Carnage’s trap banger, “I Like Tuh”, and the result is an enticing blend of verses, bass, and beats that’s been taking over the airwaves since its release.
With a party trap vibe, Lil Wayne and G-Eazy throw their classic flow over Carnage’s original, resulting in an EDM/rap crossover that audiences around the world are addicted to.
Already garnering over 1 million SoundCloud plays in the first week after its release, “I Like Tuh” has taken off as few could have expected.
Carnage is no stranger to the limelight, though. With a meteoric rise to the top, Diamante Blackmon AKA Carnage first achieved international recognition with hit viral remix of Hardwell’s “Spaceman”. From there his notoriety exploded when over a half million fans watched as Tiësto dropped a Carnage tune during a live YouTube set. Pro tip: if you want to make it big in the electronic music world, having Tiësto on your side is a good way to do it.
Since then Carnage has gone on to play sets at major festivals like Ultra, EDC Las Vegas, and more. If you’re trying to get down to some bass-thumping trap music, then Carnage is the producer for you.