Constant Deviants released their new album “Omerta” on Tuesday June 28th, and spoke recently with the UK’s I Am Hip Hop Magazine
The conversation picks up on the role playing element adopted by M.I. and DJ Cutt as part of the concept behind the album, and this leads on naturally to the subject of M.I.’s considerable move into film making in the past year.
Following the 2015 release of “Swiss Banks”, a co:production with European affiliates SWC, actor, writer and producer M.I. is set to have his new movie “Six2Six” which co:stars Treach, Syleena Johnson and Chief Rocker Busy Bee screened at The Hip Hop Film Festival in August, having been selected by Ralph McDaniels
He is also currently filming another new movie “Can’t Live Without My Radio”, a comedy set around life at a radio station.
READ MORE ABOUT THE MUSIC & FILM VENTURES IN THE INTERVIEW HERE
Meanwhile, Stateside blogger Patrick Griffin has just given his own appraisal of “Omerta” for his online platform “Patrick’s Music Blog”.
He picks up on the subtleties of the theme running throughout the album, together with the range of production techniques adopted by DJ Cutt and affords the release an 8 / 10 rating.
READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE
The group have spent the week in NYC promoting the new album during a series of guest appearances on a wide variety of radio stations. Look out for audio streams and videos of their interviews and freestyles from these shows hitting the internet shortly.
The album is being distributed worldwide on vinyl and CD formats, and is available digitally from Six2Six Records BANDCAMP
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