New Video Interview - M.I. from Constant Deviants speaks to Jon Leiberman about the US elections, Middle East, Indiana's RFRA and the new album Avant Garde
Sirius XM Radio Host Jon Leiberman began his new online tv chat show series "Rapping with Leiberman" in the past few weeks where he invites rappers, producers and djs to discuss the hot political topics and general news items of the day, as well as speak about their own music projects
Originally broadcasting at 7pm EST every Wednesday and streaming on EveryJoe.com, from this week the time has been altered to 9am EST.
This week's guest was rapper M.I. from the veteran hip hop duo Constant Deviants. With both host and guest being from Baltimore they discuss local sports with M.I. droppin a bombshell (!!), before moving on to address the upcoming US elections and the comparisons between Hilary Clinton and President Obama, and the likely chances of the former succeeding the latter.
Next on the agenda is the "nuclear deal" the States have allegedly struck with Iran, and the discussion develops to touch upon US foreign policy in the Middle East and Africa and the varying consequences of it. In more general current news, the pair focus on Rolling Stone Magazine's retraction of their "Rape on Campus" story, how that reflects on the wider state of quality journalism today and finish this section be speaking on Indiana's "Religious Freedom Restoration Acts"
During the interview, M.I. also explains "how music saved him", the strugggles in his early years growing up in Baltimore and of course he speaks about Constant Deviants' new album "Avant Garde" which releases on Six2Six Records on May 12th. The track played during the interview is their current single "Breathin'", the video of which was released a few weeks ago
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Look out for much more international media coverage on Constant Deviants in the weeks and months ahead, reviews, interviews and also the second and third instalments of their new freestyle video series "3Stylez", the first of which "Heavy Artillery" was premiered earlier this week as part of a feature in the UK's online magazine "Shout 4 Music".
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