The thing that makes this song different and overall better than songs like "Chillin' It" by Cole Swindell and "Looking at Stars" by Kelsea Ballerini, is that this song makes the relationship seem like it's more than just a physical relationship. In the aforementioned songs, there are lyrics like "There's a chance we can get, sure enough, tangled up, laid back and lazy" in the former and "We can talk about forever for a minute, maybe never, just kiss and say nothing at all" in the latter.
However, the relationships in country songs these days are not the relationships that originally drew people to country music. Me at least, I loved that artists like Tim McGraw and George Strait could be so romantic in songs. Nick brings that back. With lyrics like "I like the simple things, all I want is you," "Easy" depicts a laid back yet loving relationship.
With this song, it is as if Nick has found her musical voice finally. She sounds unique, and more into what she's singing than she did with her debut. From the looks of this song, and the other clips on her website, she has found her home: pop-influenced country music, not the other way around.
Overall rating: 4 and a half crowns