Omerta, Inc.

Cousin Stizz - Suffolk County (LP - 180 Gram Red/Pink/Purple Vinyl)

$19.99 $24.99

Limited to 500 copies on red, pink and purple tri-colour vinyl. Each copy will be individually hand numbered, housed in a high quality matte sleeve with original artwork.

With the first press selling out before its initial release back in March, Omerta Inc
announces a repress of Cousin Stizz’s breakthrough debut mixtape ‘Suffolk
County.’ Stizz’s stock continues to rise week on week, and with a new tape coming
in the next few months featuring production from Vinylz and guest verses from
Offset, 2017 is gonna be his year!

We’ve teamed up with Yung Lenox for a limited run of tees that will be available to
pre order with the record from the Omerta store and Fat Beats. The tee, limited to a
run of 100, will feature an illustration of the ‘Suffolk County’ cover by Lenox on the
front and the Omerta Inc. logo on the back. Printed onto high quality white ringspun
comfort tees with custom Omerta labels.

At only the age of 11 Yung Lenox has seen his illustrations or iconic Hip Hop album
covers featured in galleries in LA, appear in clothes shops in Japan, received press
accolades from The Guardian, Noisey, Dazed, NME and counts Cam’ron and E-40 as

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 hypnoticzing crew anthem with the hook - Shoutout to the money, love the drugs- that’s stuck in your head for days.”

Ain’t Really Much


Fresh Prince

Real Life

Dirty Bands

Talk (feat. Jefe Replay)

No Bells

Dum Dope

No Explanation


I Got It

Fed Up

Jordan Fade