Carnage and Timmy Trumpet find themselves in each other's company once again with the advent of their new single "Nah Nah" featuring rising duo Wicked Winds. The hard-hitting collaboration comes amid a slew of summer releases from Carnage (real name Diamanté Anthony Blackmon), each seemingly heavier than the last.
It's been an exploratory year for Blackmon musically. The "I Like Tuh" producer started his year with the somber and introspective "Letting People Go." Following that up with the melancholic mega collaboration "Wait For Me" with G-Eazy and Wiz Khalifa, Blackmon changed course.
With his latest run of summer releases, Blackmon is turning over another new leaf. Taking his creative talents to the fringes of bass music, his latest work is an anthemic combination between hardstyle and hard trap. Similar to his collaborations "Blitzkrieg" with Nazaar and "Holy Moly" with Terror Bass, Blackmon aligns himself with a formidable collaborators, Timmy Trumpet (real name Timothy Jude Smith) and the masked duo Wicked Minds.
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Their newest work, "Nah Nah" marks the third release Blackmon and Smith have together. Having been friends for a number of years, the two first worked together on Blackmon's 2015 album cut "Toca." The two infamously joined forces again a year later on their Spinnin' Records-released single "Psy or Die."
Carnage's "Nah Nah" arrives by way of Heavyweight/Empire Records. Stream or download it across platforms here.