Carnage removed from Razer Music following alleged use of pirated software
Carnage is the latest piece of evidence that an over-sized ego can still come back to you despite having rock star status in the music industry. October started off well for the festival trap persona, who announced his debut album Papi Gordo. He was also named a partner for Razer Music, the gaming company’s new platform for aspiring music producers.
When it came time for Carnage to follow through on the tutorial aspect of his Razer contract, however, things began going awry. Not only did his 808 tutorial video seem a bit suspect and not enlightening in the least, but mass attention was called to the fact the producer was using a cracked version of LennarDigital’s popular Sylenth1 soft synth. His response to the observation? “Lmaoooo why wtf does it matter.”
Naturally, this didn’t sit well with both LennarDigital and Razer. The plugin owner, responding to Carnage’s tweet, advised he was breaking copyright law and even hinted at taking legal action.
Completing the circle of bad karma brought on by his nonchalant attitude, Razer Music has officially cut ties with Carnage, removing all traces of him from their website. The purge of all things Carnage-related also included his infamous tutorial video. Lesson learned: you might be rich and famous, but breaking the law and being public about it will inevitably come back to you.
Via: We Rave You