Carnage in Omaha at Slowdown on Friday, April 13th, 2018

Carnage in Omaha at Slowdown on Friday, April 13th, 2018

Doors at 7:00pm
Main Room
$30 Advance/$35 Day of show

All ages show. Check entry requirements at http://theslowdown.com/All-Ages

Carnage
Whether he’s cooking up beats in the studio or igniting a festival crowd, Carnage does so with a whole lot of “Guala.”

“It’s a new word for swag,” explains the artist, producer, DJ, philanthropist, and RARE Festival founder. “It can stand for anything positive in your life. Throw some ‘Guala’ on whatever you do. For me, there are so many flavors in my soup. I’m black, and I make real rap music. I’m Latin, and I know dance music inside and out. I give both worlds a new voice and face. I proudly represent who I am.”

Carnage found his musical identity at a young age. Born in Washington, D.C. of Nicaraguan and African-American descent, he spent the first nine years of his life living in Guatemala before eventually attending high school in Frederick, MD. During this time, he began creating music on his laptop influenced by producers such as Kanye West, Ryan Leslie, Shawty Redd, Marvelous J, and more.

“My roots were always hip-hop,” he says. “I started networking with other people making music online and learning how to create my own tracks.”

More info and music at http://theslowdown.com/

Source: Carnage

Summary
Event
Carnage in Omaha at Slowdown on Friday, April 13th, 2018
Location
Slowdown, 729 N 14th St,Omaha,NE-68102
Starting on
2018-04-13
Ending on
2018-04-14
Description
Doors at 7:00pm Main Room $30 Advance/$35 Day of show All ages show. Check entry requirements at http://theslowdown.com/All-Ages Carnage Whether he's cooking up beats in the studio or igniting a festival crowd, Carnage does so with a whole lot of "Guala." "It's a new word for swag," explains the artist, producer, DJ, philanthropist, and RARE Festival founder. "It can stand for anything positive in your life. Throw some 'Guala' on whatever you do. For me, there are so many flavors in my soup. I'm black, and I make real rap music. I'm Latin, and I know dance music inside and out. I give both worlds a new voice and face. I proudly represent who I am." Carnage found his musical identity at a young age. Born in Washington, D.C. of Nicaraguan and African-American descent, he spent the first nine years of his life living in Guatemala before eventually attending high school in Frederick, MD. During this time, he began creating music on his laptop influenced by producers such as Kanye West, Ryan Leslie, Shawty Redd, Marvelous J, and more. "My roots were always hip-hop," he says. "I started networking with other people making music online and learning how to create my own tracks." More info and music at http://theslowdown.com/
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