Cousin Stizz is on hip-hop's fast track, and dropped a video for his song "500 Horses" last week. The tune comes from Stizz's Monda mixtape which dropped in July, though the track itself had been released a few weeks prior. Directed by Ian Goodwin, the video shows Stizz and a gang of others out at night, posting on top of a parking garage as Stizz spits the song's hook.

In September, Stizz released the video for "Every Season," likewise off Monda. The Boston rapper spoke to XXL in October of last year, saying that his goal in hip-hop is to make dope music for an extended period of time. "I want to take care of my sisters and my mom and dad for as I long as I can," he said. "I definitely want to give back to Fields Corner and the community centers where I grew up. When I was growing up, we didn’t have shit in there so we went on different paths and fell into different things. Had we been more busy maybe we wouldn’t be doing a lot of those things."

Stizz dropped new music in September as well with "Live Like Khaled," a Tee-WaTT-produced single. Catch the "500 Horses" video up above, the track produced by Lil Rich. Stizz is speeding into the new year with plenty of buzz, his visuals advancing the momentum he's built thus far. Based on "500 Horses," he's putting in that work day and night.

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