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There’s just over 2 weeks to go until Constant Deviants release their fourth studio album “Avant Garde” on the 12th May.

It will be made available on vinyl, CD and digital formats through their own Six2Six Records label.

2016 will mark the 20th anniversary of their debut 12″ release “Competition Catch Speed Knots”, and while they spent 8 years working on seperate projects for Arista and Roc-A-Fella, they’ve been prolific since reforming officially in 2009 and setting up their own imprint. Albums, singles, releases with their colleagues in Switzerland SWC Records as Trilateral Commission, Emcee M.I. himself has recorded 4 albums in the past year and DJ Cutt has been producing various projects for the label.

The Baltimore & New Jersey duo, once based in Brooklyn in the earlier years, have been busy in the past few weeks conducting interviews with a host of international publications. The latest to appear on the internet is with French online “Hip Hop Breath” where they discuss their album, their work and time spent in France and Switzerland, their influences and thoughts on the current rap scene. M.I. then also speaks on recent events in the USA which has led to much publicized racial tensions and the role artists can play to address this.

READ THE WHOLE FEATURE HERE

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A little earlier, M.I. spoke with Chase March for his WIB Rap Radio show which is broadcast Mondays midnight to 2am on Canada’s 94.9 CHRW and affiliated to the online publication The Word is Bond.

He talks about the meaning behind Avant Garde which brings them on to speak about the bridge between the old skool hip hop sound and today’s version, he gives his thoughts on the emergence of artists such as Kendrick Lamar and J Cole, production techniques through the years and how some classic albums compare to today, support levels for artists in the D.M.V. and Tri State areas compared to the west coast and the South, graffiti, their 20 years in the game and much more.

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M.I. and DJ Cutt will be in NYC to meet with media from Friday 8th May to Thursday 14th May inclusive. Any radio station djs or members of the press who would like the opportunity to interview with them while they’re in town can contact UrbanElite PR via our CONTACT SECTION with their request and we’ll set it up

Meanwhile, connect with Constant Deviants on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift or through their official Facebook Page

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Already with well over 30 separate UK magazines covering the release, next up for Copywrite and his new album “God Save The King (Proper English Version)” is a review by Vanessa Ryan for the UK’s Niji Magazine

Based in the south of England, the online has been on the go now for a couple of years with the focus on supporting new emerging talent in music, fashion, art and covering a variety of events

They also actively look to encourage and support new young upcoming writers and journalists providing them with the platform to develop their skills and cover a variety of subjects. They’re a progressive publication with the emphasis on focusing on the positive of what’s happening with new emerging artists.

Unsurprisingly, the nature of Copywrite’s new album which also represents the UK and USA via features from the likes of Akala, Genesis Elijah, Iron Braydz, S.A.S., Melanin 9, Mystro, Dru Blu, Royce da 5 9, Crooked I, Sean Price, Roc Marciano, Torae, Evidence, Killah Priest and many more sat well with them given the international co-operation between hip hop scenes.

Read the whole review HERE

The album is out now via Man Bites Dog Records and as predicted is one of the biggest independent international hip hop releases of 2012. Copywrite is currently in the studio recording the new Megahertz album “Megacy”.

Connect with them on twitter @Copywrite and @NijiMagazine and get more information from www.copywritesworld.com

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