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Emcee M.I. and DJ Cutt, aka Constant Deviants, released their fourth album in six years last week.

“Avant Garde” released on their own Six2Six Records label, and as with all of the labels’ releases through the years is available worldwide in digital, vinyl and CD formats. Visit their online store HERE

The latest review comes courtesy of Samuel Odunsi Jr for one of the leading onlines in the USA, Dead End Hip Hop.

READ THE ARTICLE IN FULL HERE

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The veteran duo are currently in the early stages of filming a new movie and recording a follow up release which may be out before the end of the year. In the meantime, they will be releasing a new single and launching the final episode of their “3Stylez” video series over the next few weeks

In April they released two bonus cuts which were recorded between their last album Diamond and Avant Garde. Although neither “Just Make Music” or “Thinkin” feature on any of their official releases as yet, they may appear on a special edition planned for sometime in the future given the reaction they’re currently receiving from DJs.

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They’re never not doin somethin, whether as Constant Deviants, working on solo projects or with their international associates SWC Records in Europe, so keep up to date with them on social media on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift or on their Facebook Page

Any DJs looking for full quality clean edit mp3s of Just Make Music, Thinkin or any other Constant Deviants joints to play on their shows can request them from us at UrbanElite PR. Our contact details are HERE. Similarly any international media and press inquiries about Constant Deviants can be sent through the same point of contact.

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Constant Deviants release their new album “Avant Garde” on 12th May through their own Six2Six label. It will be available worldwide on vinyl, CD and digital formats.

Next year marks the 20th anniversary of the release of their debut 12″ classic single “Competition Catch Speed Knots” when they first came together by performing at NY college parties. Then based in Brooklyn and New Jersey, they also worked on seperate projects for Arista and Roc-A-Fella before reforming specifically as a group in 2009 and setting up their own label

Their focus both as artists and a label on the traditional elements of hip hop helped them build strongly with the European market where there has always been a long standing appreciation for this style. This led to developing a working relationship with Swiss label SWC Records, releasing projects under the name Trilateral Commission, most recently the “Swiss Banks” movie. The soundtrack uses their album with the visual concept based on the best selling novel of the same name. M.I. plays an acting role in the film.

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Over the past few months, there has been widespread interest in the release and their “3Stylez” video series, a trilogy of freestyles showing M.I. and DJ Cutt performing live and direct as hip hop intended. The first two videos “Heavy Artillery” and “Art of War” were released in April. Their single “Breathin” registered #1 in the college radio charts and featured in the UK’s print publication DJ Magazine, with a subsequent bonus joint “Just Make Music” also getting regular spins. They’ve already featured in various international publications with much more to come.

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M.I., now based in Baltimore, was also one of the guests talking hip hop & politics with SiriusXM’s Jon Leiberman for his new online tv show “Rapping with Leiberman”. You will also be able to watch him live on Florida’s 4ManKind TV Show this coming Tuesday 5th May from 8pm EST via Universe Miami as well as hear him on as a guest of Del City Radio (Florida) and JHart’s Big Bang Radio Show on the UK’s Break London station. The pair head to NYC for a further set of media & radio interviews from Friday 8th May to Thursday 14th May inclusive

Latest review of their album comes via Italy’s RapManiacz who have afforded the release a 4 star rating. READ IT HERE

Look out for another bonus cut “Thinkin'” launching next week, and meanwhile check out the official video for their single “Breathin”

Keep up to date with them on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift and on their FACEBOOK PAGE

All press, media and radio station requests to interview Constant Deviants, including while in New York, can be sent to UrbanElite PR via our CONTACT SECTION

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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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