CARNAGE announces his retirement

CarnageDiamanté Anthony Blackmon, a.k.a. CARNAGE, after more than a decade of musical activity, decides to end his career by announcing his retirement.

He is an artist with more than 10 million fans and more than 1200 shows in his career, and perfectly represents the musical version of the American Dream. Throughout his career, he collaborated with the heavyweights of Rap, RnB, Electronic, and Dance music. As a few examples, we remember his collaborations with Drake, G-Eazy, Migos, Mac Miller, Lil Pump, Steve Aoki, Tyga, and XXXTentacion.

“Today marks the beginning of a new chapter in my life.

I started my journey as CARNAGE in 2008 and together, with the help of my loyal fans, have been able to achieve some of my wildest dreams. From working with music icons like Avicii, Drake, Swedish House Mafia, MIGØS, Tiesto, Young Thug, The Martinez Brothers, and Kanye West to selling out clubs, theaters, arenas, stadiums, and festivals around the world, all I can say is – THANK YOU – it truly means the world.

But he will not retire without properly celebrating his career. Indeed, CARNAGE will be on tour for 5 dates called “Carnage & Rare Presents: Thank You,” touring in North America and Australia (see dates at the bottom). During these events, the artist will perform for one last time, allowing a proper farewell from his fans. Tickets are on sale starting from May 9th from here.

Dates:

  • Los Angeles // May 26th
    New York // May 28th
    Houston // May 30th
    Australia // June 4th
    Australia // June 11th

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