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East coast duo Constant Deviants release their new album “Omerta” on June 28th through Six2Six Records, available worldwide on vinyl, CD and digital formats.

Next Saturday June 25th, M.I. and DJ Cutt will be performing at the Loudpalooza event being held in Baltimore’s Castaways, before heading north for a weeklong series of radio show guest appearances in Manhattan, The Bronx and Brooklyn.

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Beginning with DJ Eclipse’s Rap Is Outta Control Show on Sunday June 26th, they will be promoting the album and M.I.’s new film “Six2Six”. Selected by Ralph McDaniels for screening at the Hip Hop Film Festival in August, it co:stars Treach (Naughty by Nature), Syleena Johnson and Chief Rocker Busy Bee.

“DeLorean” is the second official single taken from the new album, and has been launched today. Check the audio stream :

“OMERTA” ALBUM REVIEW

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Meanwhile, US freelance journalist & author Samuel Odunsi Jr reviewed the album for his own online platform called, appropriately enough, “Sam The Author”. He has previously provided reviews for titles such as Dead End Hip Hop and true to form gives it an in depth appraisal which endorses the quality of the release, quite possibly the group’s finest to date

CHECK THE FULL REVIEW HERE

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So if you’re in Baltimore this Saturday, definitely recommended to catch Constant Deviants at Castaways, and look out for them hitting the NYC airwaves all of next week. Keep up to date with them on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift and over on their Facebook Page

All media & press enquiries regarding Constant Deviants including requests to interview the group or DJ requests for full quality mp3s of their singles can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR – all our contact details are HERE

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TimingIsEverything-SBTVReview

British online SBTV has developed over the past few years as not only one of the UK’s leading youth broadcasters but has built a large international profile.

Specializing in original filmed footage of the homegrown grime, r&b, rap & hip hop scenes, it has expanded to cover some of the biggest names in global urban music in the past 5 years. Their online platform also carries news, interviews and reviews, and are the latest to give their full endorsement to the new album by Detroit’s Kid Vishis, the younger brother of Slaughterhouse veteran Royce da 5 9

“Timing is Everything” releases through Seven 13 Entertainment on 22nd July, and reviewer Fiona Guest opens the article “With a distinctive soundscape and complete lyrical self assurance, Kid Vishis’ Timing is Everything delivers a powerful sucker-punch

The review, which summarizes “Kid Vishis’ debut proves that it was worth the wait – this is a truly innovative drop which simultaneously nods to a sound Hip-Hop heritage.” can be read in full HERE

The album and signed merchandise can be pre-ordered at www.seven13ent.com

Production comes courtesy of Chase Moore (Hippie Sabotage), Canada’s Nick Zervos, Shady Records’ Mr Porter and New Jersey’s Nemisis who provided the beat for the single Heaven

You can keep up to date with him on twitter @KidVishis and the label @Seven13Music. Look out for much more international media coverage on this release over the summer, with further reviews, interviews, video & audio releases.

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TimingIsEverything-WordplayMagazinereview

The UK’s Wordplay Magazine is published both online and in physical print, and covers the full spectrum of hip hop culture; music, graffiti, breakin, fashion and much more. Always worth picking up a copy of their physical magazine, usually on a quarterly basis, makes for interesting reading.

Their online version have just reviewed the new album by Detroit’s Kid Vishis. “Timing is Everything” is in fact the debut studio album by the younger brother of Royce da 5 9, and is out 22nd July on Seven 13 Entertainment.

With production by Canada’s Nick Zervos, Shady Records’ Mr Porter, Hippie Sabotage’s Chase Moore & New Jersey’s Nemisis, the review notes the rapper’s “lyrical diligence & gifted skills”, and gives props to the subject matter covered

Read the full article HERE

Taken from the album is the track “Look at all my $hit”, a sarcastic swipe at the big ballers with no dollars

The album and signed merchandise can be pre-ordered from www.seven13ent.com and you can follow him on twitter @KidVishis

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RighteousFury-TheWordisBond

Chase March, contributor to the renowned international hip hop online platform The Word is Bond, broadcasts a weekly Rap Radio Hour, and spoke recently to MidWest rapper Matt Maddox about his new album Righteous Fury which released on 25th February

There’s been extensive international media coverage over the past couple of months for the ex Guerilla War Tactix member’s sophomore album, his first in 4 years following the release of Asylum Artistry. He has taken his time putting the latest release together which he describes as his “most personal to date”, and called in the production skills of Skammadix, Nemesis, Sultan Mir, Jedi Mind Tricks’ C Lance, Vanderslice, Engineer, The Snowgoons’ Sicknature and the UK’s Edd Bundy. Throughout the album there is turntablism of the highest caliber courtesy of his Red Phone labelmate DJ TMB.

In addition to his own trademark raucous delivery, the album also benefits from contributions by Tragedy Khadafi, King Magnetic, Reef the Lost Cauze, Adlib, Burke the Jurke and many more

Broadcast originally on Sunday 16th March, the audio stream of the interview was uploaded to The Word of Bond which you can hear HERE

The album is available in digital and CD formats from a variety of international online stores, released through Red Phone Records & Seven 13 Music

The international iTunes link is HERE

Among many other stores, the CD version can be ordered from UGHH.com HERE

One of the most commonly mentioned tracks has been “No Country For Old men”, a tribute to the legends in hip hop and for the traditional values of hip hop itself. Check out the video

Keep up to date with Matt and his labels on twitter @MattMaddox82 @RedPhoneRecords & @Seven13Music and check by the guys over at @TheWordIsBond

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EVENT

Saturday 7th December marked the date for London rapper & producer Apex Zero’s album launch party at The Vibe Bar in Brick Lane.

Reality Provoking Liberation was the debut solo album for the member of the UK hip hop duo First and Last, and it released on 28th October to wide critical acclaim from media around the country

In conjunction with local live promoter Hoochinoo Events, Apex put together a strong line up for the night, showcasing tracks from his album with a live band, and there were also performances by Caxton Press, the latest member of the city’s Triple Darkness crew Iron Braydz, DJ A.Gee from Itch FM and expertly hosted by Peaches

The event was filmed by south London cameraman Jimmy Chiba of Chiba Visuals, who as well as catching footage of the performances took time out with Apex himself who speaks on the event, his album and the support he’s had. The high quality visuals acts as a great document of the event, captures the energy of the artists and the audience, and represents the positive vibe common at live UK hip hop shows to full effect

Check it out on Youtube

The album can be bought in CD and digital format from http://firstandlast.bandcamp.com

You can also keep up to date with Apex on twitter @ApexZero00

Props to everyone involved with the show. Any media enquiries about Apex Zero can be addressed to UrbanElite PR HERE Anyone interested in booking Apex Zero for shows or requests for feature spots can also be sent to UrbanElite PR or addressed directly to Apex via his website www.firstandlastpride.co.uk

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Having already performed an exclusive freestyle video for leading British online hip hop site UKHH.COM some weeks ago, their contributor Ethan Everton has also now reviewed the album Reality Provoking Liberation which released on 28th October.

The article is yet another endorsement among many publications who have covered the release in the past couple of months, opening “Potentially the rawest truths that you’ll hear on record for the remainder of the year, the philosophies behind the wordplay in Apex Zero’s almost entirely self-produced début album Reality Provoking Liberation is if anything a reflective experience for any listener.

It is in fact a very in depth appraisal of the album, delving into the finer points of the tracks and is summarized “As stated at the beginning, this is more than an just album to muse too. It’s intention is to bring about a new mentally aware consciousness that’s being prohibited in ways unimaginable.

Read the whole feature HERE

This latest coverage comes at the beginning of the week which finally leads up to the long awaited album launch party event. It takes place this Saturday, 7th December, from 8pm – 1am upstairs at The Vibe Bar, 91 Brick Lane, Shoreditch, London E1 6QL.

Apex has been busy in recent weeks fine tuning his set which will be performed with a live band. Also performing on the night will be Caxton Press & Triple Darkness member Iron Braydz. Itch FM’s DJ A. Gee will be on the 1’s & 2’s with Peaches the regular Hoochinoo host. Entry is £5.00 on the door with the nearest tube station being Aldgate East, around a 5 minute walk from the venue. It’s advised to bring photographic I.D. for the event in line with most venues’ entrance policy.

It’s sure to be one of the London’s hip hop events of the month, so definitely not one to miss for all hip hop heads in the area

Also look out for the release this week of a brand new track “Transcendental Emcee”, not on the album but especially recorded to mark the event.

Meantime, check out the video of his freestyle which was featured on UKHH.Com earlier in the autumn

Any further media enquiries about the album or the launch event can be addressed to UrbanElite PR HERE

The album can be bought in digital and CD formats direct from http://firstandlast.bandcamp.com and you can also reach Apex on twitter @ApexZero00 or the site @UKHHcom

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