Over a soul sample, Lord Sko, a 16-year-old New Yorker, decides to rip the beat like a piece of paper. I mean, the song’s title is “Easy,” after all. If he didn’t throw some deep rhyme schemes around, I’d call false advertisement and pass on it in a minute. He’s got lyrics for days and knows how to use them. That is, he uses his lyrics both to prop himself up and to actually say something in his bars besides “I’m the best at what I do.” It’s good music and shows that the future of hip-hop isn’t as doomed as some stuck in the 90s fans would have you think. Yes, Sko is channeling that type of vibe on “Easy,” but he’s also showcasing what can be done with a little bit of will and determination. Check out the song above and remember to support dope music in all its forms.