Felix and Vados’ first album, My Name is Felix, will be released on September 10.
The album is their first to be released exclusively via iTunes since 2011.
The two collaborated with producer Dave East and have worked together on a number of tracks including “Django Unchained,” “Sugar Daddy,” “Wings,” and “Love Story.”
“We decided to do this album with Dave East because we thought it would be fun to do a record that we had been doing since we were young,” Vado said.
“It is not only the first record, but it is also the first collaboration we’ve done with a producer.”
Felix said that he and Vadsa wanted to make a record about love and family and wanted to share their story in the context of the times.
“We wanted to express that love in a way that is really authentic and real,” he said.
The new album is not the only collaboration between Felix and his two favorite rappers, who are also featured on the song “My Name Is Felix.”
Felix collaborated with Snoop Dogg on “Whips” and Snoop also co-produced the new single “Gimme That.”
“I was a huge fan of Snoop’s music, but he was always in the back of my mind,” Vados said.
Felix added that he wanted to use his music as a platform for other artists to shine.
“I want to encourage other people to be open and be proud of who they are and what they do,” he explained.
“As long as they are doing something positive, we want to be proud.”
Felix and Vivas first record collaboration came in 2014 When Felix was 16, his older brother Vivas took over production duties on his debut album, Vado, and Felix was eager to work with his older brothers.
“In the beginning, I really wanted to be the producer,” Felix said.
When Vivas was in his late teens, he became involved in hip-hop, and it was during this time that Felix was introduced to Lil Wayne.
Lil Wayne had recorded a song on Felix’s album that he liked, so they started working together.
“After a couple of years, I was like, ‘Wow, this is something I’m going to do,'” Felix said of Lil Wayne’s collaboration.
Felix said he and Lil Wayne were both surprised when the rapper signed a deal with Drake and became the face of his brand.
“The song ‘Pray For Me’ was the song that started everything for us.
I think it’s because he wanted it to be about love, and he wanted the song to have a lot of love,” Felix explained.
The song was one of many that the pair had worked on together, including the collaborations “No Problem,” “Duck Dynasty,” “No Strings Attached,” “Love Me Like You Do,” and a number that included the title track.
Felix also collaborated with Rihanna on a song called “No Regrets,” which he said is about “not worrying about things that are not your fault.”
“It’s a song that I think people don’t hear enough about, and we want it to inspire people to keep doing what they love and do something positive,” he added.
“That’s really what this album is about.”
Felix is also collaborating with Beyonce on a new song called, “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.”
“My beautiful dark twisted fantasy” is a collaboration between the two, and the two artists were inspired to collaborate after listening to Beyonce’s song “Lemonade.”
Felix, Vados, and Beyonce have collaborated on other songs, including “Fade to Black” with Rihannas, “I’m Ready for You” with Drake, and “Bad Romance” with Jay-Z.
The duo collaborated on the track “Hate Machine” on the release of the new album.
The rapper also collaborated on a collaboration with Rascal Flatts, with “Love” and “Fame” also featured.
“All of us were in shock when we heard the news,” Vadas said of the news.
“At first we were like, “Oh, my God, that’s crazy.””
We were all like, this can’t be true.
We’re like, why?
We had a great time writing it.” “
But when I was writing the song, I thought about it more, and when I got the song in the studio, I just thought it was going to be great.
We had a great time writing it.”
Felix added: “I think I had a good time writing that song and it just turned out to be a really good song.”
Felix also said that the collaboration with Drake was a great experience.
“When we got that album out, we got a lot more attention than we did with any other artist,” he shared.
“With Drake, we knew that we would be