We first heard of Ste Brown last month when his freestyle rap 'Luck of the Irish' was doing the rounds on Twitter.
The Dublin youngster charmed everyone with mad rap skillz and social awareness with lines like "I'm just a comedic rapper / Spreadin' the word that black lives matter".
Now he's back with a follow-up, called 'Noggin'.
The track - complete with a slick video that takes in local landmarks from his hometown of Sallynoggin - has already been watched 1.5 million times on Twitter and has earned him a new legion of fans.
He's also done wonders for sausie sambo sales, as well as shout-outs to the local Aldi, Woodies and his barber of choice (give the kid free haircuts for life.)
In all seriousness, we're loving his attitude and innovation and look forward to the album. Fair play to you, Ste!
We're not the only ones admiring his style, either...
Beethoven was only 12 when he composed his first symphony but Ste Brown was only 12 when he rhymed "lambo" with "sausie sambo" pic.twitter.com/nRV6HMYlCT
— Ryan (@XxREVIxX) July 16, 2020
What Rap legend would you say Ste Brown reminds you of 🤔
1. Jay Z?
4. 50 Cent? pic.twitter.com/xPwhPWG6ZP
— The Grime Report (@TheGrimeReport) July 16, 2020
When ste brown said “come to my gaff if you want a saussy sambo” I felt that
— Chinos (@Liamo678) July 17, 2020
"Lakers hat, don't even support the Lakers....., because why not... " - Ste Brown 🎶
Good night, folks x
— Graham Merrigan (@Merriganmania) July 16, 2020
Get Ste Brown to support Snoop Dogg instead of Versatile
— Ailish Ní Bhraonáin (@gaylishleninx) July 16, 2020
went onto this kid’s YouTube channel and at the end of one of his songs he’s like ‘okay boys girls and people of all genders’, what a woke inclusive king I STAN
give these kids the platform that versatile has x https://t.co/qWQKrOnURC
— sophie (@sophienug) July 16, 2020