Suffolk County is another album where a rapper reps his hood or his city. Sometimes it’s done well and sometimes we wish they would quit. In this case, Cousin Stizz does it very well and really puts on for Boston and it’s hip-hop scene. Songs like “No Bells” and “Fresh Prince” really standout and help carry the album.
“Dirty Bands” is another stand out track along with “Real Life” (which I think is a major sleeper). When listening to this album you have to take into account that this is his rookie album. There is a ton of room for growth for sure, however you can tell that there is an incredible amount of talent on Suffolk County. I also love how original he sounds. I found myself refreshed hearing some quality new hip-hop music from a relatively unknown artist.