Cousin Stizz is working in order to get to the big game. With the NFL playoffs in full swing the Massachusetts MC drops his new single "Super Bowl."

Produced by frequent collaborator DumDrumz, the new track can be categorized under riding music as the slowed instrumental sounds perfect for cruising the streets with the windows down. Stizz rides the track with a matching slow flow spitting about celebrating life on a big level. The cover art for the song fittingly features an image of a naked woman on a diamond encrusted Super Bowl ring.

Stizz released his debut project Suffolk County last year and gained major recognition when videos of Drake celebrating his birthday with the rapper’s “Shoutout” track blaring in the background surfaced.

When new artist first make a splash they are often compared to people who have come before them. When XXL spoke with Stizz back in October, he wasn't for hearing the analogies. "I’m going to be the first Stizz," he said. "I can’t really look up to anyone in hip-hop. I love a bunch of people’s music, don’t get me wrong, but I don’t know them like that to say I look up to them. I don’t really look up to anyone from where I stay at so I can’t really look up to a rapper. I can only look up to myself and put those expectations on myself to be great."

Listen to "Super Bowl," below.

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