Mac Miller & Madeintyo Join Carnage On High Energy Hip-Hop Single "Learn How To Watch"

Carnage Mac Miller Learn How To Watch

Carnage has been on a roll lately. Since he’s shifted his direction focusing on hip-hop production he’s only impressed us. His songs with Young Thug, Lil Yachty and G-Eazy have showed his ability to bring out the best in each rapper he works with and today is no different on his latest track "Learn How To Watch". After seeing Mac Miller go a more, upbeat funky route on his last album singing more, Carnage has crafted a perfect, dark beat more in line with Mac's older style to bring out some straight bars while Madeintyo skips and hops along the beat adding in some sauce. Enjoy!

Carnage - Learn How To Watch (Ft. Mac Miller & Madeintyo)

Young Thug & Carnage Team Up On "Liger" As Collab Project 'Young Martha'

Young Thug Carnage Liger

Young Thug and Carnage have linked up on a new project they're hilariously calling Young Martha. For their latest single, they've shared a new track "Liger" that we're already loving.

Carnage has been working rappers a lot more over the past year showing off his impressive beats alongside artists like Lil Yachty and and G-Eazy. Now Young Thug skips and hops atop the bouncing, slow-rolling beat with deep hard hitting basstones as they two prove to be a great match. Stay tuned for more Young Martha and enjoy!

Young Thug & Carnage - Liger 

G-Eazy & Carnage Drop 4-Track 'Step Brothers' EP: Listen Here

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G-Eazy and Carnage's joint project is here! The two shared the lead single "Guala" off their four-track Step Brothers EP earlier this week and paired it with an amusing music video where they walked around town as real-life bobble heads. 

The second track off Step Brothers is a slow-paced cut called "Gimme Gimme" that will definitely test out the low-end bass on your speakers. The beat itself features a high-pitch vocal sample with heavy reverb on it. "Buddha" and "Down For Me" are the other two songs on the EP are feature Smokepurpp and 24hrs, respectively. "Buddha" holds a chiller vibe similar to "Gimme Gimme" while "Down For Me" has more of a energetic kick. 

Back in 2015, Carnage said in an interview that him and G-Eazy we're going to lock themselves up in a studio for a week and knock out a joint project. Well we're glad they did and that it's finally released. Listen to it below and enjoy!

G-Eazy & Carnage - Step Brothers EP | Purchase

1. Guala (feat. Thirty Rack)
2. Gimme Gimme
3. Buddha (feat. Smokepurpp)
4. Down for Me (feat. 24hrs)

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