Posted Aug 19, 2015 at 03:30pm

Cousin Stizz shares a video for “Dirty Bands.”

Ever since he dropped “No Bells” back in May, Bostonian Cousin Stizz has had the ear of internet tastemakers everywhere. He went on to release the dope Suffolk County project and perform at one of gonzo journalist Ernest Baker’s “Night Shift” parties, both earning him even more fans, and now he’s releasing his first visual since dropping the tape. “Dirty Bands,” the ode to illegally-acquired money, gets the treatment today.

Like “Bonds,” a pre-Suffolk County video that first got us listening to Stizz, the “Dirty Bands” clip further acquaints us with his natural environment, which is helpful considering that we don’t see too many rappers rep Boston. Let us know what you think.

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