Limited individually numbered colored vinyl LP pressing. Cousin Stizz' debut mixtape Suffolk County gets it's first vinyl release via Omertà Inc. Pitchfork: "Cousin Stizz appeared fully-formed on his debut mixtape, Suffolk County. In the internets post-regionalist rap world, that was a proud hometown declaration." Noisey: "Stizz's recent debut Suffolk County is an accumulation of experiences from his adolescence to the present, all rooted in city. Besides "Shoutout" which got a subtle co-sign by Drake. Standout tracks include 'No Bells' and 'Dum Dope,' two sparse and minimalist songs that are evocative of Suffolk County's ability to hypnotise the listener." XXL: "The 23-year-old MC's Suffolk County mixtape has been turning heads with it crisp production, trap influence and effortless flow." Pigeons & Planes: "One listen to the 13-track Suffolk County project makes it clear: There inso filler here. It's one of those rare projects that you can listen to from front to back." Complex: "'Shoutout', a hypnotizing crew anthem with the hook - Shoutout to the money, love the drugs- that's stuck in your head for days."