Before the hip hop heads come forth and say things like "yeah he's good for a UK rapper" or "not bad for a British MC" and constantly place rappers from Britain in a box, therefore putting a ceiling on the industry, sit back and take a listen to the mixtape in it's entirety. Coops style and word play wouldn't seem alien in a track going bar for bar with the likes of Pro Era, World's Fair, Rat King and other groups who are hot at the minute. Coops is what i'd describe as 'easy on the beat'. His flow and vocal tone sits well and has a certain fluidity to it, a style which matches the laid back boom bap type of beats he's chosen. The 23 year old Londoner continues to impress. To me, what makes Coops stand out from other MC's of his kind in the UK is the way he approaches each track in a natural and casual way. Almost as if someone has put a beat on, he's kicking back, chilling and decides to spit a verse. Nothing forced and nothing stiff. Lost Soul features a host of talent in terms of guess verses and singers, most notably Benny Banks and Black The Ripper. Huge support coming from radio personalities Charlie Sloth and Ras Kwame is inevitably aiding Coops social media reach and the 23 year old is slowly throwing himself out there as one to keep a very very close eye on in the coming months. This is a mix tape full of tight production, lyricism, catchy hooks and even a Erykah Badu sample on my stand out track of the tape On & On. Without a doubt a mixtape to download and listen to whilst zoning out. - AboutToBlow. Com
On & on
Make Things Right
Darcus Howe Skit
Coops & P Freestyle
Pass the Weed
This Is Rhymin
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