As part of the resurgence of grime, we've seen a big uptake in "RNG" -- a sort of sound that largely involves grime cut ups of R&B classics. Inspired by the likes of Davinche and Ruff Sqwad in the early 00s, the genre has quickly become saturated.
While scene leaders such as Finn, DJ Milktray, and Gundam continue to breathe new life into the much used R&B bootleg, a slew of pretenders have followed on.
Standing out head and shoulders above the mediocrity is Trends. His refix of Usher's "Good Kisser" is sweet and addictive, and is up there with the best tracks RNG has offered so far.
You can keep up with Trends on SoundCloud and Facebook -- make sure to also keep an eye out for his "Mean Streets" label. It's also worth looking out for his contribution to Logan Sama's upcoming Fabric Live mix, which can be pre-ordered here.