Today, RESPECT. is premiering a new video from Brooklyn based hip-hop group Constant Deviants, who drop a dope new live freestyle.
A year after the critically acclaimed Avant Garde, the highly-regarded underground east coast duo return with a new concept album Omerta releasing on June 28th.
Their ever-expanding Six2Six label have now incorporated film production as part of their creative enterprises and MC M.I. will appear with Treach (Naughty by Nature), Selena Johnson and Chief Rocker Busy Bee in a new movie set for release later in the year.
Until then, enjoy this freestyle that is made to look as effortless as talking. The rhythm of the flow goes flawlessly over the beat and includes many internal rhymes in what seems like much more than two-minutes worth of bars. Definitely worth it to check out for fans of the group and anyone who likes lyricism. The scratching adds a really raw effect onto the track that keeps their old school vibe going. Bars are still around and it’s good to see people still rapping live while DJs spin records.
The video is short but sweet, and hopefully they continue bringing quality lyrics over their raw underground feel.
The group released their single “So Underrated” recently, and due to the reception of last year’s 3Styles’ video series, they have filmed a further set of live freestyles for the new Tre Volte trilogy. The first episode is Hard on these Streets.
M.I. and DJ Cutt are also planning a special album launch event in NYC at the end of June; details to be announced shortly.
You can link up with the Deviants here:
TWITTER @Cnstnt_Dvnts @Six2SixShift
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