Logan directs clear assertion on 'Move From We'

Logan currently shows no signs of slowing down after "Dem Nah Bad" and "Authentic Style", he continues this healthy stream of music with the assertive, "Move From We".

Assisted by a Rakjay (@RakjayUK) production, the track begins with an infamous Wiley sample before the Willesden Green MC introduces his familiar Jamaican style with the chorus. The instrumental, full of a trumpet-sounding melody, thick bass and reverberated cymbals, even incorporates Bach's legendary "Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565" as a break. Over this spellbinding mix, we hear Logan touch on trendsetting, the grind, falsities in music and pop style dons.

The joint ends with a comical but informative interview from Jammer and DJ Argue, that everyone should have seen by now. With this, it's potentially clear what Logan is getting at - he's making grime, he is a grime artist and he wants 'genre-hopping', inauthentic grime characters to Move From We.

View the old school visuals below and check the latest from Logan (@logan_olm) on Twitter.