This week we have Carnage the Executioner on the show.
Tim and Carnage cover a vast set of topics:
- Carnage’s new release: The Ultimatum
- His introduction to hip hop
- His creative process
- Homophobia in Hip Hop
- Featured track: Keep the Body Bags Handy
About the Artist:Terrell Woods A.K.A. Carnage The Executioner is a Hip-Hop artist widely recognized for his mind-numbing lyrical dexterity and uncanny ability to compose musical symphonies with his mouth through human beat boxing. His unwavering work ethic, warm personality and kind heart have earned him the respect of many of Independent and commercial music’s most reputable artists. Carnage’s mouth has been called “The best drummer in town”, in reference to his beat boxing skills.
Here’s a look at Carnage the Executioner’s answers to the lightning round:
Tim Lawson: If I could get any artist to collaborate on a Caranage track who would it be?
Carnage the Executioner: My two favorite rappers are Chuck D and Crooked I. Crooked I is a newer rapper but he’s one of my biggest influences. Probably those two. For good measure I’ll say Chief Kamachi.
Tim: Who would you want to produce that track?
Carnage: I would say my local favorite producer right now is Big Jess, so him or the dream producer would be Dr. Dre or Timbaland, or DJ shadow. Just Blaze too.
Tim: If you were making a track with Slaughterhouse but had to take someone’s spot who are you going to replace for the track?
Carnage: I’m going to say, with all due respect to all the MCs because they are all great rappers, I would have to pick to remove Royce da 5’9.
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