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Cousin Stizz Is Back With A New Mixtape

The Boston rapper drops his sophomore project, ‘Monda’

Just over a year after dropping his debut mixtape, Suffolk County, Cousin Stizz puts his foot back on the gas with his sophomore project. Monda builds on the narrative and vibes that Stizz established in 2015.

“I’m from the bottom, but that wasn’t my worth,” the Boston native raps on the first verse of “Million Things,” and he uses the tape’s 14 tracks as another launching pad to prove just that. The hooks are simple and often unavoidably catchy. The rhymes offer a continued depiction of the environment he grew up in, carrying on the groundwork laid by his debut.

Stizz has already rolled out a couple of visuals in support of the project, including “Where I Came From,” which dropped earlier this week. Watch below.