Diamanté Anthony Blackmon (born January 3, 1991), better known by his stage names Carnage, DJ Carnage and Thirty Rack, is a Guatemalan/Nicaraguan-American record producer and disc jockey. Carnage is known for his live performances at major music festivals such as Tomorrowland and Ultra Music Festival and his hit singles called "Incredible" with Borgore and "Toca" with Timmy Trumpet and KSHMR.
Diamanté Anthony Blackmon was born on January 3, 1991, in Guatemala City, Guatemala to Nicaraguan parents. He grew up in Frederick, Maryland, United States. He attended Walkersville High School in Walkersville, Maryland. When he was 16 years old, he started playing in small clubs in his hometown of Frederick .
Carnage has been able to establish over the years on the stage of the EDM. Collaborations with DJs such as Borgore, KSHMR, Timmy Trumpet and Headhunterz are put to his credit.
"The Underground", directed in 2014 with Alvaro, is his greatest success. The single is classed quickly 4th of the top 100 established by Beatport.
In 2013, he met KSHMR in New York City and decided to make the single "Toca", released in June 2015 on the record label Ultra Music.
In October 2015, he released his debut album Papi Gordo, which ranked at number 184 on the Billboard 200. It includes 15 songs such as "Touch", "Bricks", and "November Skies."
Ibiza, Los Angeles and Tel Aviv have hosted his sets in the past.
He is based in Los Angeles.
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