Treble Clef is known by most grime fans for ‘Ghetto Kyote’, a track that has travelled as far as Paris Fashion Week in recent time. He’s not a producer that dines out on the past, though. The past few years have seen him release joints with the likes of Jammz, Faultsz and Micofcourse. Logan has been battering radio for a bit, and if you value outright work rate in your favourite MCs, he’s probably been grinding the most. It would be disingenuous to claim the patois style of grime as ‘dead’, but nowadays it tends to be limited to the OGs of the scene. Maybe owing to the prominence of American influences on today’s MCs. Logan uses that style on his tracks, and he’s been releasing genre ranging tracks all year, his delivery lending well to both grime and club focused instrumentals.

The two collide on latest track ‘Like Me’. Treble chooses to dial down the greaze and opt for a smooth approach to grime, keeping the bite with pulpy bass. There’s a zip to the track, perfect for setting the vibes at the start of a set or winding things down at the end. Logan comes in with multiple flows, his pen covering the familiar topics of work rate and sending out jabs to rival MCs that can’t match his pattern. There’s a good balance of bars and hooks, Logan’s singing meshing well with the melody of the beat. Overall, it’s a slick track with that’s heavy on the vibes, another song to disprove grime as pure nostalgia and recycled sounds.


Posted by:Ryan Moss

I'm the sole founder, editor and writer for The Art Of Grime. I love grime and want to push all the sick artists doing things at the moment.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s