Though he’s relatively new to the game, Juice WRLD is quickly establishing himself as one of the most skilled lyricists in hip-hop. Case in point? His recent appearance on Power 106 Los Angeles, where he unleashed another round of epic bars for the L.A. Leakers.

The Chicago-bred rapper delivered a nearly four-minute freestyle over ASAP Rocky’s 2013 single “Goldie.” As expected, Juice WRLD didn’t stray from his signature cocky flow, rapping about stealing your girl, recognizing the phonies, and, of course, his superior freestyle skills:

Off the dome, don’t write it
These other rappers write it
They probably got writers
My flow’s so exciting
Like the Buddha, it’s enlightening
I’m feeling so entitled
I can swear on your bitch titties, same as the bible.

You can check out Juice WRLD’s L.A. Leakers freestyle in the video above. And if you’re still not convinced of that his lyrical skills are on point, do yourself a favor and watch his hour-plus freestyle—yes, over 60 minutes—on Tim Westwood TV.

Juice WRLD took his career to the next level earlier this year, after he delivered his debut album Goodbye & Good Riddance. The 19-year-old rapper spoke about the project, as well as what distinguishes him from other SoundCloud rappers in a May interview with Complex.

“I think that they make music that’s not as relatable as my music is. Even in high school, I went through a lot of relationship issues and that’s at the center of my music,” he explained. “And even if I’m not going through relationship issues, I can still make music for people that are to kind of guide them, cause I didn’t have anybody to guide me through shit. I play that role as a guide, some people look at me as like a therapist. Some people listen to music and want to relate to it.”