Carnage The Executioner has spent an impressive 30 years making music, motivational speaking, performing as a one-man band, traveling the world, and educating all ages of people from various socio-economic backgrounds.
Ask emcees about Carnage’s skill level and you’ll find out that the phrase, "he’s your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper," actually fits. In addition to his song-writing prowess, Carnage is a self-contained instrument and master collaborator. The Minneapolis Star Tribune made the claim that “Carnage's mouth might be the best drummer in town,” referring to his human beat boxing techniques.
Carnage candidly shares his past struggles with maintaining a healthy body weight and engaging in over-consumption on every level. On his 2019 album, “Ravenous,” he’s extremely honest about often embracing negativity, over-eating and attracting whatever attention he could ingest. After losing 150 pounds and gaining a clearer mindset, Carnage believes it’s his calling to become an everlasting example of how we can all continuously strive to be better versions of ourselves.