You may have been introduced to Connecticut bred (Los Angeles based) artist Felly with the dope visual for the equally dope single "Desert Eagle" featuring Gyyps in 2016. More recently, we have been enjoying his New Flavors playlist, which was just the appetizer for his forthcoming album Wild Strawberries.
Today, Felly has released the second single from his upcoming album titled "Bag Season". "Bag Season", produced by $ad Money and featuring Trip Carter, is a chill, groove-filled cut that shows Felly sharing about his financial come up. With a resumé such as his, he can flex as much as he wants.
Over email, Felly shared,
"'Bag Season' was recorded with Trip Carter, who plays bass behind me on tour, and Sad Money - who runs the studio in the valley of LA where we recorded some of the album. It's just good Spring vibes. The song is a response to all the rappers preaching at us to get our own money and do our own thing. We've been on this. It's not a new concept to us by any means. We're patiently waiting and know that it's just a matter of time. The song is about the journey and the patience we've had so far."
"Bag Season" is the perfect addition to your motivation playlist and will leave you ready to make bag season an all-year round goal for yourself. Felly's Wild Strawberries is out August 18th.