Logo replacement on shirt

I’ve been tasked with replacing a logo on a man’s shirt.
Seem easy enough to track, but, the actor talks a lot with his hands and from time to time covers the logo.
What would be the most efficient way of not losing the track or getting weird results?

Rork is correct; garbage matte the hands out in the layer above your shirt track. Foreground layers are always held out from the layers below them if you arrange layers “closest to the camera” at the top of the layer pile and “furthest from the camera” in order to the bottom of the layer pile.

Hi Amit, track the foreground (hand) first prior to tracking the existing logo. Mocha has a strict requirement that foreground tracked objects are placed above the background tracking area.
Are you familiar with this workflow?