MJ Cole is undoubtedly a musical legend. A UK Garage pioneer. Not only has he remained a relevant and essential member of the ever-evolving UK music scene but has become an integral part of what makes UK underground music so incredibly exciting. Cole looks set to continue his musical legacy by launching his own label 892 Recordings and what better way to kick things off than to call on one of the UK's new champions and future Kings of UKG - AJ Tracey - for 'The Rumble'.

Production-wise, MJ Cole manages to blur the lines between Garage, Grime, House and Bassline for an erratic production with a sense of urgency. AJ's flow complements the production with ease, adding his usual sense of wit and charm into his bars. "This track is really about where I'm from; the everyday things I go through as an artist, and as someone living in London," he told The FADER while Cole added "We hooked up in the studio at the start of 2016 and AJ laid down the idea on the track, which I made with him in mind. 'The Rumble' is a slice of London, the energy of now, a fusion of all that is exciting in the UK for us."

'The Rumble' is available from all good digital platforms via 892 Recordings.