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A taster of new UK hiphop towards the end of the first decade of this century, Feeding Time at the Zoo works well as a summary of rising talent with no lip service to some of the big hitters of the previous few years; Roots Manuva, Braintax, Phi-Life Cypher and Ty do NOT feature here. However, Jehst does, as a consistently inventive contributor that still has his ear to the ground. Sir Smurf Lil has already made a name for himself on The Colony Mixtape: 'Bootprints & Fistmarks', and the other rappers here also have similar stream-of-consciousness lyrics, some with laid-back delivery such as Dubbledge, an exciting new talent.
Highlights include tracks by Jack Flash, Cappo, Verb T… Read more