With the help of longtime videographer Ian Goodwin, Cousin Stizz continues to share glimpses of his world in the newly debuted video for “Dirty Bands.” A fan-favorite lifted from Suffolk County, the rapper’s summer tape, it acts as both a matter-of-fact proclamation and a prideful boast of Stizz’s involvements.

The visual tails the Boston rapper and his crew as they move through city streets, back alleys, and safe houses, together mobbing to the record’s beat. The clip further details his day-to-day as “Shoutout” and “Bonds” did before it.

Toward “Bands”‘ end, he states such camaraderie stems from far more than the flash that can come with dirty dealings. At the root of this anthemic track is frustration and pain, funneled into the grit of each line. Watch the video above, and download Stizz’s aforementioned project here.

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