Barely 5 months since relaunching after a 15 year hiatus, hip hop label New Dawn Records have been busy expanding their operation.

In the Spring they released a number of digital singles and EP’s by Belles in Monica and Underground Cartel having signed a distribution agreement with US company Ingrooves for that format.

However with a history of releasing vinyl and also with an eye to the future in relation to upcoming signing news, NDR have developed the facility to take orders from the public and retail directly from any location worldwide and are now shipping to several destinations.

They have begun with the limited remaining stock from their back catalogue, the original rare & classic Belles in Monica 12″ singles “Y’All Under Surveillance”, “Meltdown”, “What D’Ya Need” & “Smoke Filled Rooms b/w Skitzophonetic” all in mint condition, 200 gram. The short video on Youtube has just been made to demonstrate the prime condition of their stock and includes track listings and audio snippets of each single .

The singles include remixes by Phi Life Cypher producer DJ Nappa, legendary turntablist & II Tone Committee producer Krash Slaughta, renowned London duo Unsung Heroes, DMC finalst DJ Mr Thing and more.

Many of the tracks were included in the group’s specially formatted digital releases “Y’All in Meltdown” and “Natsukashii” and can be heard on Soundcloud & Spotify.


The label have launched a store on their official website. Easy to use, various standard offers and discounts are quoted although they can be contacted regarding availability for any quantity. Currency exchange rate information is also provided and payments are secured via Paypal.

VISIT THE STORE HERE

Expect some announcements from New Dawn Records regarding new releases shortly and meantime you can also connect with them on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook

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Baltimore MC M.I. and New Jersey producer DJ Cutt – aka Constant Deviants – released their fifth studio album “Omerta” on June 28th.

The duo who first formed while they were based in Brooklyn followed last year’s critically acclaimed “Avant Garde” by adding an additional twist with this year’s album, applying a theme throughout based on their respective Italian and Russian heritages.

The “mob” references are metaphorical, juxtaposing lifestyles by adopting the roles of Luciano and Lansky who shared their nationalities. A series of short stories demonstrate situations in a comparative way rather than the hackneyed “mafiosa rap” of the past.

The latest review to be published is by Italian online RapManiacz. Read what they have to say HERE

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The album is available to buy as digital download direct from Six2Six Records HERE

This week, the album is being distributed by Fatbeats in CD and vinyl formats to specialist stores worldwide, so whether you’re in the States, Canada, UK, Europe, Japan or Australia, you’ll be able to get your hands on a copy in the next few days

Look out for a new single release later this week and more media coverage shortly. You can connect with Constant Deviants on Facebook and Twitter and meantime, check out the official album stream

All international press, media and radio station dj enquiries and requests regarding Constant Deviants can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR, our contact details are HERE

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Constant Deviants release their fourth studio album Avant Garde on 12th May 2015, and the UK’s online publication Blacksheep Magazine have just published their review, affording the release a 4 star rating.

The veteran duo of Baltimore emcee M.I. and New Jersey producer DJ Cutt have been prolific over the past few years since the setting up of their own Six2Six Records imprint, with a string of releases on vinyl, CD and digital formats. Their early releases “Competition Catch Speed Knots” and “Can’t Stop” date back to the 1990’s and led to a time in the Major sector working with Arista and Roc-A-Fella records before returning to the independent fold since 2009.

Their musical evolution still retains the classic hallmarks of hip hop’s Golden Era as is reflected in Blacksheep writer Andrew Kay’s review which can be read HERE

Taken from the new album, their most recent official video release was for the track “Breathin'”

You can connect with Constant Deviants online, via twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift and on Facebook “ConstantDeviantsMusic“.

Look out for extensive international media coverage of this release in the weeks and months ahead, including an appearance by M.I. on the new “Rapping with Leiberman” online video show on Wednesday 8th April. Hosted by Sirius FM’s Jon Leiberman, the new show streams live on Youtube, Google Hangouts and EasyJoe.com at 7pm EST every Wednesday. His guests this week include Bishop Lamont

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Taken from his debut album “Timing is Everything” out on 22nd July 2014, younger brother of Royce da 5 9, Kid Vishis, has leaked this new lyric video for his joint “Look At All My $hit” produced by Chase Moore of Hippie Sabotage

Releasing on Seven 13 Entertainment, the album can be pre-ordered now with additional signed merchandise at www.seven13ent.com

The full press release and tracklisting for “Timing is Everything” can be read HERE

Physical promotional CD copies of the album are being sent out to press & media in the UK & Europe now, with digital copies following shortly. Any international publications who wish a CD or digital copy for review, or who would like to request an interview with Kid Vishis can contact UrbanElite PR HERE

Similarly, DJ requests for full quality clean mp3s of the tracks “Heaven” & “Look At All My $hit” should also be sent to UrbanElite PR at the contact point quoted above.

Meanwhile, keep up to date with them on twitter @KidVishis & @Seven13Music

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