When it comes to Grime, Trim is one of the old faithfuls. The former Roll Deep member has been around for a decade now and you can guarantee that everything he puts out is worth a listen – even, as with Set Off – when he doesn’t take the lead. Instead that duty goes to Walter Ego, a relatively unknown Sheffield producer, whose first big effort is really quite impressive. The beat built around Tetris sound effects has the same bounce to it as Dizzie Rascals’ I Luv U and, unsurprisingly, Trim’s quick-fire verse plays effortlessly off the production. Trim’s humour and confidence is the same, but in a new move he mixes between a patois and his familiar London accent. It seems Trim has developed a taste for left-field collabs in the last few years; teaming up with Mark Pritchard (one half of Africa Hitech) under the alias Pritch and Trim and Post-Dubstep oracle James Blake. In the same vain, Set Off sits somewhere between a dancefloor track and contemporary Grime, which has got us all excited about what his future releases might hold. Set Off is out on Toddla T’s Girl Music on 19 August.