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

In the past couple of months they released the official video of their single “Breathin” which reached #1 in the College Radio charts, launched their freestyle video series “3Stylez” with the final episode duo out next week, and also leaked the track “Just Make Music” which was recorded between albums.

2016 will mark 20 years since Baltimore Emcee M.I. and New Jersey producer DJ Cutt first performed together at NY college parties and released their debut single “Competition Catch Speed Knots”. The pair return to NYC next week for a series of media interviews, and meanwhile have uncovered another gem from their hidden vaults

“Thinkin” features another of Six2Six Records’ signings, New York emcee Rome who released his album “Rome’s Cutts” last year.

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You can catch Emcee M.I. from Constant Deviants tomorrow Tuesday 5th May, being interviewed live on Florida’s 4ManKind TV Show from 8pm EST. It will stream on http://universemiami.com/4mktv/

Look out for a lot more international media coverage of the album both before and after release. Any radio station djs, press or media based in New York who would like to interview Constant Deviants while they’re in the city between Monday 11th May and Thursday 14th May inclusive can contact UrbanElite PR with their requests via our CONTACT SECTION Similarly, any dj’s not already serviced with the full quality mp3 of “Thinkin” can request it there

Meanwhile, keep up to date with Constant Deviants on social media, via twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift or on their Facebook Page

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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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