Felly, whose single "Desert Eagle" blew up last year, is back with a new music video. The Connecticut rapper comes through with a visual for his song "Ali" featuring Gyyps. You can watch it below.

The video is inspired by social chaos and freedom. Felly hangs out with his crew in a variety of locations, including a gym where he gets into a boxing match.

"My homie John Rawlins directed this," Felly told XXL. "It’s funny cause we been lowkey working for eight years. He did some of my first videos ever. People think he Hollywood now too cause he films with Chance [The Rapper] and Post [Malone], a bunch of people who are poppin' today. His talent is amazing. Shout out Johnny."

The "Ali" video is just the beginning of what Felly has in store for 2017. The young MC is ready to make some big moves after he graduates from college in the spring.

"2017 is about to be really cool," he said. "We have a couple small tours around Canada and Hawaii after I graduate from school here in L.A. But mostly I been working on my new project called Wild Strawberries with my band and Gyyps. Some really dope sounds on deck. Oh and I’ll probably move to NYC this summer to cook up."

Watch Felly's "Ali" video below. If you want to learn more about the rising star, check out Felly's interview in XXL's The Break series.

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