Carnage is returning to Ultra Music this year, gearing up for the release of his anticipated Papi Gordo 2 album, which follows his massively successful, star-studded debut in 2015. The Guatemala-born artist is known for his sonic versatility and explosive performances, as well as bringing together the worlds of electronic music and hip-hop, having collaborated with everyone from Tyga, G-Eazy, Wiz Khalifa, and Migos to Reo Cragun and the late Mac Miller.
Carnage's latest superstar collaboration, "Together," comes as a big surprise to fans and listeners alike, bringing along a versatile roster of collaborators—household dance names The Martinez Brothers, Elderbrook, and legendary hip-hop producer and engineer Mike Dean, who has worked with the likes of Kanye West, Travis Scott, Jay-Z, Drake and many more.
The outcome of this combination of forces is nothing short of impressive, as the artists decide to take a step back and create a smooth, techno-inspired house gem. Driven by subtle percussion, lush pads and a masterful arrangement, "Together" is a massive collaboration.
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