DJ Toshi is celebrating the 10th anniversary of his Classic Storm Radio Show by throwing on this must see event for all hip hop heads in New York City, tomorrow night, Saturday November 25th 2017.

He’s brought together a seriously impressive line up which will include live performances by The Beatnuts, Planet Asia, Ruste Juxx, Illa Ghee, Mr Complex, C-Rayz Walz and El Gant.

There will be a special DJ set by D.I.T.C.’s Lord Finesse with further sets by Toshi, Street Vision’s DJ Ready Cee and DJ Mixx. The night will be hosted by Classic Storm’s Sunez, Bodega Cold Kutz’ Doc AHK and local emcee Mic Handz

THE VENUE IS MERCURY LOUNGE, 217 EAST HOUSTON STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10002

Doors open at 10.30pm with the show starting at 11pm. This is a 21 and over event so bring ID if you think it may be required. Price on the door is $20, although there are still some discount priced tickets available in advance from TICKETFLY

There is more information about the show at the Facebook Event Page

In August, Toshi had producer Frost Gamble and Detroit rapper ZotheJerk as guests on the show. The pair released the album “Black Beach” in May.

Frost was in town to finish the recording of his “Rare Fabric” EP with Tragedy Khadafi, released in October, and to help promote his album “Respect Is Earned Not Given” with NY state rapper Tone Chop which released in September and featured Kool G Rap, Planet Asia and rap battler DNA

In early 2018 he will be releasing his solo producer album “I Missed My Bus” which includes featured artists KXNG Crooked, Ruste Juxx, Ras Kass, Skyzoo, Conway, Rah Digga, Guilty Simpson and many more.

Listen back to the show first broadcast on August 8th

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New single “Guilltone Chop” by eastcoast rapper & producer duo Tone Chop and Frost Gamble, the second to be taken from their album “Respect Is Earned Not Given” out on September 29th through 22 Entertainment.

Earlier this week, the label dropped the single “Barely Human” by Royce da 5’9″ and Tech N9ne for the 6th anniversary of their releasing Nickel’s “Success Is Certain”. High calibre lyricism stays on the agenda with this new one, Frost’s atmospheric backdrop underpinning sharp menacing bars by Chop and guest artists Planet Asia and Canadian upcomer White Rhino.

The album also features the States’ most viewed online rap battler D.N.A., Kool G Rap and Tragedy Khadafi with whom Frost has just wrapped up a new project. He is also near completion of a new solo producer album which includes contributions by Ras Kass, Skyzoo, KXNG Crooked, Ruste Juxx, Rah Digga & Guilty Simpson.

“Guillotine Chop” available to stream and buy on Bandcamp

Last weekend, Frost was in NYC finishing his new project with Tragedy Khadafi. He was in town with Detroit rapper ZotheJerk with whom he released the “Black Beach” album in May. While there, they took the opportunity to meet with media, and took the trip up to Bushwick to appear on DJ Toshi’s Classic Storm Radio show.

The podcast has just been uploaded, check it out

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IG @ToneChop @Frost.Gamble
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Hip Hop Breath is a quarterly magazine published on Issuu.

It is edited by Parisien DJ LSM who hosts the “Medicine Show” among others and also releases various mixtapes. With the focus very much placed on the more traditional elements of the culture and music, the magazine has been running for 5 years and featured artists of the calibre of Talib Kweli, KXNG Crooked, Pharoahe Monch, DJ Whoo Kid, Joell Ortiz, Jon Connor, Ras Kass and many more.

In the new issue just published today, they feature Detroit rapper ZotheJerk who released his new album “Black Beach” on May 26th with producer Frost Gamble. They speak with him about the concept behind the album, the origins of his working relationship with Frost, and the background to his receiving a Humanitarian of the Year award for services to the community

You can read the interview in full HERE

Also featured in the magazine are Classic Storm Radio’s DJ Toshi, 60 East, Juxx Diamondz and Napoleon da Legend.

Featuring KXNG Crooked, Sadat X, Guilty Simpson and Boldy James, “Black Beach” is available on iTunes, Bandcamp and Spotify. Hear the full album stream on Soundcloud

You can connect with Zo & Frost on twitter @TheJerkNation & @FrostGamble, IG @ZotheJerk & @Frost.Gamble and via their joint Facebook Page

Frost releases the new album “Respect Is Earned Not Given” with NY State’s Tone Chop on September 29th.

It includes guest featured artists Planet Asia, Tragedy Khadafi, DNA, White Rhino and Kool G Rap who appears on the first single “Walk the Walk” released on Friday

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Premiere HipHop is a US online with a strong focus on the traditional elements of the genre.

Immersed by the true essence, the site’s owner and editor Sunez publishes in depth and thoughtful articles whether reviews, interviews or comment pieces. It’s a reflection of his own passion and perspective of a culture which has evolved over many decades, each change placed under the microscope for assessment.

Typically, his review of the new Constant Deviants album “Omerta” adopts the highly analytical approach and can be read HERE

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Coincidentally, Sunez also hosts the Classic Storm show with DJ Toshi, and Constant Deviants dropped into their Brooklyn studio recently as guests. The review published also includes filmed footage of their interview and M.I. performing a freestyle. Check it out

“Omerta” can be bought digitally now from Six2Six Records’ BANDCAMP and from this Friday, July 15th, is being distributed worldwide on CD and vinyl formats through Fatbeats distribution, so check local specialist stores for availability

Look out for more new music, videos and media coverage in the weeks ahead and connect with Constant Deviants over on their Facebook Page and on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts @Six2SixShift & @IncredibleCutts

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Last Friday, M.I. and DJ Cutt from Constant Deviants dropped into Brooklyn’s Bodega Cold Kutz studio, the show streaming live every Friday from 5pm – 8pm EST.

DJ Joe Bodega spins the real deal when it comes to hip hop, assisted this week by DJ Toshi, and the show breaks for interview segments.

In this 30 minute interview with Constant Deviants (it begins 45 minutes into the show), hosts Jay Drilla and J2ThaMar cover a lot of interesting territory with the duo. First off they discuss the group’s earliest days, how they came together to form the group and how between 2000 – 2006 the group was on an effective hiatus.

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This was due to M.I. signing a solo deal with Arista at the time, arranged by J Cole’s current manager Mark Pitts, while DJ Cutt engineered several albums for Roc-A-Fella. In this particular interview M.I. and Cutt go into far more detail than perhaps has been previously the case about the realities of life at these labels and the consequences it had for them.

In a similar vein, more specific information is provided regarding the circumstances around a 2006 remix of the Rick Ross track “Yup” which featured N.O.R.E. and M.I., but which was sent around djs incorrectly naming M1 from Dead Prez as the featured artist…just so this is cleared up once and for all !

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Baltimore’s M.I. is then asked for his perspective on the riots in the city which took place in 2015 and he gives an interesting and informative perspective on the realities of what led up to these events and the extent to which it actually affected the city as a whole.

They also discuss a range of other subjects including the new album “Omerta”, the move into film making, the use of sampling and differentials in hip hop production, underground and mainstream hip hop and much more. Definitely worth a watch, check it out on Vimeo

Omerta” is being distributed by Fatbeats worldwide on CD and vinyl formats from July 15th, and the digital version can be bought now direct from Six2Six Records’ BANDCAMP

Look out for more international media coverage on the group and the release in the coming weeks and connect with them on social media :

TWITTER Group @Cnstnt_Dvnts Label @Six2SixShift DJ Cutt @IncredibleCutts

FACEBOOK ConstantDeviantsMusic

INSTAGRAM M.I. @M.I.Six2Six DJ Cutt @TheCuttyProfessor

Hear the full album “Omerta” via the stream

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M.I. and DJ Cutt of Constant Deviants ended a weeklong series of radio appearances in NYC when they dropped in on Brooklyn’s Classic Storm Radio Show last Friday.

Hosted by DJ Toshi and Sunez of the online Premiere Hip Hop, the interview section is one of the most in depth to date as Sunez goes all the way back with Constant Deviants, discussing their careers and the changing face of hip hop through the years.

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They dissect the new album “Omerta”, addressing the various concepts, production techniques and lyricism that all went into the make up of the release. The nature of the interview acts as a real 360 not only in relation to Constant Deviants, but also as an insight into the workings of independent hip hop over the past couple of decades.

Once the interview concludes, DJ Toshi fires up the decks and M.I. goes in on a freestyle. The show is broadcast on Germany’s BM Radio every Sunday and then on Radio Hip Hop every Thursday. Listen back on DJ Toshi’s own podcast

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The album is being distributed worldwide through Fatbeats on vinyl from July 15th, and can be bought on digital format direct from the Six2Six Records Bandcamp

Look out for more international media coverage in the coming weeks, and keep up to date with Constant Deviants on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts, and over on their Facebook Page

To hear all the tracks on “Omerta”, take a listen to the official album stream

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On their final day in NYC, Baltimore’s M.I. and New Jersey’s DJ Cutt – aka Constant Deviants – dropped in to the Classic Storm studio to be this week’s guests of hosts DJ Toshi and Sunez from PremiereHipHop.

You have various opportunities to hear the show, starting tomorrow at 4pm (Central European Time) / 10am EST on Germany’s BM Radio – listen online at BMRADIO.DE

DJ Toshi will be uploading it to the show’s PODCAST shortly, and it will be aired again next Thursday, July 7th from 9pm EST on RADIOHIPHOP.COM

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They were in town all week promoting their new album “Omerta” which released on June 28th. It is available on vinyl, CD and digital formats through Six2Six Records. Physical versions are being distributed worldwide so check with local specialist records stores for availability, while it can be bought digitally direct from the label’s BANDCAMP

We will be uploading more streams and videos of their recent interviews here next week and highlighting further press coverage

Meanwhile, keep up to date with them on twitter – @Cnstnt_Dvnts @Six2SixShift @IncredibleCutts – and over on their Facebook Page

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The album is a straight hip hop banger, gritty rhymes backed by superior production and turntablism. It’s not hard to see why MOJO Magazine has given it a 4 Star rating in its current issue. Check it out for yourselves, here’s the full album stream :

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