Felly season approaches. Recently, the Trumbull, Conn. native unveiled the video for "Bag Season," a Trip Carter-assisted single from his forthcoming Wild Strawberries LP. Now, he's also served up a new song called "Wide Angle," which features Konshens. Check out both below.

Shot in Hawaii, the visual for "Bag Season" finds Felly waking up to a literal bag of money being poured onto his face. Of course, that's probably the best wake-up anyone can get, and Felly reacts that way—even though he lounges in bed for a good bit longer.

On an interesting note, the money used in the "Bag Season" video is all real—and it was almost all lost. Making his way back from Hawaii to film the vid, Felly lost his money bag on his way to New York. Luckily for him, the pilot located the missing bag and returned it to him a short time later. The "Bag Season" video was directed by John Rawlins.

Next up in Felly's bag of new offerings is "Wide Angle," a dancehall-tinged track featuring vocals from Konshens. On the track, Felly flexes a sing-rap flow as he bounces along to the rhythm of the beat for an easygoing track about love and devotion.

"Bag Season" and "Wide Angle" will join "Baby Boy" and "Hotel Room" as tracks on Wild Strawberries, which is due out on Friday, Aug. 18. You can pre-order it on iTunes now.

Check out the videos for "Bag Season" and "Wide Angle" for yourself below.

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