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Album Review: Constant Deviants – Omerta


Constant Deviants is the duo comprised of Baltimore emcee M.I. and New Jeruz producer DJ Cutt. They’ve been around for a minute, releasing a dope project Concrete Utopia that I rocked almost daily in high school, I checked for them especially because although they rep Baltimore and NJ now they originated from my city Brooklyn!! But I will admit after that I didn’t really hear too much from them although they continued to release music. They reemerged on my radar with their dope project Avant Garde last year. Today they released their new concept album Omerta.
If you grew up in Brooklyn or anywhere there was a concentrated mafia presence you might know what the code of omerta is. Omerta is the unspoken code of silence. Basically no one talks, no one snitches. For this album M.I. and DJ Cutt draw from their Italian and Russian heritages to take on the personas of Charles ‘Lucky’ Luciano and Meyer Lansky, two of the most recognizable and notorious names in the crime syndicate, respectively. This is my take on the album. Album available now. Peep a preview of one of the standout tracks after the review! Check it out!

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DMX – Blood Red (Single)


This is dope! Always good to hear some new X when he is on point.

DMX – Blood Red

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