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Constant Deviants release their fourth studio album “Avant Garde” on 12th May through their own Six2Six label on vinyl, CD and digital formats.

Been a busy time for the veteran Baltimore & New Jersey duo. Recently they released the film “Swiss Banks” with their partners in Switzerland SWC Records, completed filming of their freestyle series “3Stylez” and have been conducting interviews with a whole range of international media. Most recently, Emcee M.I. was seen on the new “Rapping with Leiberman” online tv chat show talking politics and hip hop with SiriusXM Host Jon Leiberman.

They have just dropped a bonus joint “Just Make Music”, recorded between albums and premiered by US online Straight Fresh as part of a new feature published on them today

In the interview the pair discuss the production process with the album down to the reason behind its title, and the decision to have only one featured artist Aye Wun appear. They then speak on how they first came together in the 90’s, and what brought them back together in 2009 after they had both worked in the major label sector, and the ethos behind the label Six2Six Records they set up at that time.

They also go into detail about the joint “Yup” they recorded with Rick Ross and N.O.R.E. in 2008, and provide details about how the film “Swiss Banks” was created, and give their thoughts on the current state of mainstream and independent hip hop as well as what has contributed most to their longevity in the game

READ WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY ON ALL OF THIS AND MORE HERE

Check the audio stream for “Just Make Music”

Look out for more international media coverage on Constant Deviants in the weeks ahead leading up to the release of the album and beyond. Meantime you can connect with them on social media, Twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift and on their Facebook page “ConstantDeviantsMusic

All press & media inquiries regarding Constant Deviants can be sent to UrbanElite PR via our CONTACT SECTION

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New Jersey / Baltimore duo Constant Deviants have worked together in various ways since the mid 90’s, and after a time spent operating within the major label sector, they came back together in 2009 to set up Six2Six Records, and since then have released 3 studio albums and various orther affiliated projects.

Their fourth studio album “Avant Garde” releases on 12th May, and Lafayette Hicks – himself involved with hip hop since the good ‘ol days – ran the rule over it for online The Hip Hop Foundation

Afforded a 4 star rating, the review also outlines some of the duo’s back story and notes Emcee M.I.’s lyricism “There’s great storytelling here, words of wisdom, braggadocia, a bit of thuggery…..something for everyone” and on DJ Cutt’s production “His beats have that golden era quality to them but by the same token, they sound fresh and not like some recycled 90’s tracks. I also liked how he incorporated scratches into the tracks, cutting up everything from Onyx to Slick Rick. He even got in a line from my favorite old school movie Beat Street, so I was won over just from that.

It’s a really in depth review by someone who obviously has a lot of experience in the genre, and you can read it all HERE

Constant Deviants have also filmed a special freestyle trilogy. The first from the “3Stylez” series was launched last week, with Episodes 2 & 3 coming soon. Check out “Heavy Artillery” on Vimeo

Constant Deviants – 3Stylez Series Episode 1 – "Heavy Artillery" from UrbanElite Promotions on Vimeo.

With only a month to go before release, look out for much more international media coverage on Constant Deviants and the album “Avant Garde” coming soon. You can connect with them on social media via twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift and on their Facebook page “ConstantDeviantsMusic

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In the lead up to the release of their fourth studio album “Avant Garde” on 12th May, Constant Deviants duo DJ Cutt and Emcee M.I. sat down with US online Hip Hop Vibe to chop it up about the new release and various other issues.

Also on the agenda, the pair spoke about their near 20 years in the industry and how they first came to work together, the early lyricists who influenced them and they give their views on today’s commerical rap. They also discuss their time in the major sector, working with manager Mark Pitts, Arista and Roc-A-Fella and how going back to being independent and setting up their own label has been of benefit to them, and how the business model can be of benefit to other independent artists

READ THE WHOLE FEATURE HERE

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They released their single “Breathin” several weeks ago, and it has been reviewed by Neil Kulkarni in the current issue of his hip hop column for the UK’s physical print publication DJ Magazine, available in a wide selection of stores all over the country now.

HERE IS THE OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR THE SINGLE

Look out for much more media coverage on Constant Deviants in the weeks ahead, including some new audio and video releases including Episodes 2 & 3 of their new freestyle video series “3Stylez“. The first of these, “Heavy Artillery” was premiered by UK online Shout 4 Music as part of a feature they published on the duo

Constant Deviants – 3Stylez Series Episode 1 – "Heavy Artillery" from UrbanElite Promotions on Vimeo.

You can follow them on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts and @Six2SixShift and also connect with them on their official Facebook page “ConstantDeviantsMusic

All international press & media inquiries regarding Constant Deviants and the album Avant Garde can be sent to UrbanElite PR via our CONTACT SECTION

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Veteran hip hop duo Constant Deviants release their fourth studio album “Avant Garde” on 12th May 2015. Via their own Six2Six Records imprint, it will be made avaialble internationally on vinyl, CD & digital formats.

Now back in the independent sector, the pair had worked previously with Major labels Arista in the case of Emcee M.I., and Roc-A-Fella where DJ Cutt engineered several albums for their roster. Having just celebrated the 5th anniversary of their own label, their focus on the traditional authentic aspects of hip hop have seen them build beyond the States with many links to overseas territories including Germany, Switzerland and Australia.

News of the album release has been featured in the UK’s online hip hop magazine Rawroots, which you can read HERE

The second official video taken from the album was released recently. Here’s the visuals for “Breathin” which was filmed throughout Baltimore….check the lil kid stealin the show!!!

We’ve already had a high volume of international media inquiries regarding the release, the results of which you will see over the coming months. All members of the press & media who would like a promotional copy of the album to review, or who would like to arrange an interview with Constant Deviants can send their requests to us at UrbanElite PR via our CONTACT SECTION

Meanwhile you can keep up to date with them online, via twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift, on Facebook “ConstantDeviantsMusic” and their main site ConstantDeviants.com

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Veteran hip hop duo Constant Deviants release their fourth studio album “Avant Garde” through their own Six2Six Records imprint on 12th May 2015.

Producer DJ Cutt and emcee M.I., now based in New Jersey and Baltimore respectively, have today released the second official video taken from the new project. The follow up to “The Right Moment” released late last year, “Breathin” incorporates the classic Constant Deviants sound. A symbiotic mix of Cutt’s jazz and soul sampled beats complimenting M.I.’s smooth flow as he delivers another cerebral masterclass in the art of storytelling.

The video was filmed in Baltimore and directed by J Powell

Keep updated on this release which will be available in vinyl, CD & digital formats :

OFFICIAL SITES

http://constantdeviants.com http://thesix2sixshift.com

TWITTER

@Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift

FACEBOOK

www.facebook.com/constantdeviantsmusic

Any dj’s not already serviced with the DJ pack including the full quality clean radio edit mp3 can request it by contacting us at UrbanElite PR HERE Similarly, all press and media inquiries regarding Constant Deviants and the album “Avant Garde”, whether requests for promotional copies of the album to review, or requests to interview the artists can be sent to us via the same point of contact.

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