Blast From The Past Constant Deviants “Fulton Street” by SIX2SIX Records
If you were a fan of the late 90’s indie hip-hop boom, you surely remember the dynamic duo, Constant Deviants. Composed of emcee M.I. and producer DJ Cutt, this duo gained fame with their jazzy underground hit “Can’t Stop” back in 1998, which garnered them a loyal fan base. Inspired by their growing popularity, they decided to venture into entrepreneurship, establishing their own label, Six2Six Records. The label specializes in limited edition pressings and rare vinyl from their catalog, as well as that of their extended family in the music industry. Now, after 16 years of dedication and perseverance, Constant Deviants are ready to unveil their much-anticipated LP “Diamond“, meticulously crafted to represent the diverse eras they’ve witnessed.
In their quest to reintroduce themselves to the college radio network, Constant Deviants release not one but two heavyweight bangers. “Won’t Stop” picks up right where “Can’t Stop” left off, with M.I. pouring his heart out in a moving letter about the current state of hip-hop, delivered over a silky smooth vocal sample. Expanding their brilliance further is “Fulton Street,” a track that exudes a seriously chill vibe while reaffirming the duo’s deep-rooted connection to the golden era of hip-hop.
In the world of hip-hop, a name isn’t just a label; it carries the weight of an entire career, defining the brand and the mission of the group. For Constant Deviants, their name has evolved over time, representing constant change and a departure from the norm. As they embark on their latest journey in the hip-hop realm, their name takes on a new meaning, richer than ever before.
“The Fulton Street” video single showcases the incredible filmmaking and editing talents of Jimmy Powell and Phil from IHenry Photo and above ground studios. Taking you back to the very essence of “real rap music,” the video immerses you in the heart of Brooklyn, NY, where the hip-hop roots run deep. Prepare to be transported to a time when hip-hop was raw, authentic, and unapologetically real.
Constant Deviants "Fulton Street" Video Single via SIX2SIX Records | Official YouTube Video
Published in November 2011: Constant Deviants “Fulton Street”, Produced by Constant Deviants, Released by SIX2SIX Records, Directed, Filmed and Edited by Jimmy Powell & Phil of (IHenry Photo) + (Above Ground Studios).
Incredible film and Editing work by Jimmy Powell & Phil of (IHenry Photo) + (Above Ground Studios), “FULTON STREET” takes you back to the original essence of ‘REAL RAP MUSIC’. Shot on location in the heart of Brooklyn NY. “FULTON STREET” on Limited Edition 7″ VINYL DEC’ 2011 / Lifted from the highly anticipated LP ‘DIAMOND LP’ from SIX2SIX RECORDS ® 2011-12
So get ready to dive into the nostalgic and exciting world of Constant Deviants as they drop “Fulton Street” on SIX2SIX Records. Let the infectious vibes of their music take you on a journey through the golden era of hip-hop, reminding you why this duo’s artistry has stood the test of time. With incredible visuals and a profound dedication to their craft, Constant Deviants are here to reignite the fire of real rap music in your soul. Don’t miss out on this thrilling trip down memory lane and witness the magic of “Fulton Street”!