Cousin Stizz recently sat down with HotNewHipHop to dissect the lyrics from Switch Places, a Tee-WaTT produced record that outshined a handful of songs off of his summer-tape One Night Only. Being one of the more lyrically-talented Boston spitters in recent memory, it is crucial for Stizz to sit-down once in a while and let us in on the thought-process behind the mesmerizing bars that have separated him from the masses since his emergence. From explaining the concept behind people ‘switching places’ to his side, Stizz also spoke on the wild backstory of the track where he originally had Kendrick Lamar’s Levitate beat and had to ultimately remake the track. It would’ve been crazy to hear Stizz body the Levitate instrumental, but then again, we wouldn’t have gotten the absolute flames throughout Switch Places that is undoubtedly a favorite Stizz-track of mine in recent memory. Make sure to check out HNHH and their ‘Between The Lines’ segment with Cousin Stizz below and stay posted for more videos very soon.