By Miles Raymer
Updated March 11, 2015 at 06:41 PM EDT

In this day and age, coming out of Helsinki, Finland isn’t an automatic mark against an upcoming rapper. In fact, it’s hard to find any aspects about Noah Kin that might stand in the way of him finding success—he’s got a good look, a taste for experimental electronic beats that’s pretty much a must-have in rap right now, plus the kind of impossible-to-fake presence that makes it feel like he’s rapping directly at you, even over headphones.

His latest single “Do That” is full of fascinatingly glitchy sounds, and the video goes heavy into visual glitches, so the entire package looks and sounds like a buggy old clip from the modem-over-the-phone-line days of Internet video, but, like, in a cool way.