Lord Felix Pays Homage To “That 70s Show” In “Nothing” Video

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Back in September, Lord Felix dropped off his "Nothing" single, an earworm of a track that effectively laid the groundwork for the masked emcee's forthcoming debut EP. Now in matching enchantment, the Brockton, MA upstart returns with a new clip to accompany the track as he and group of his closest friends pile into a car for a flick that draws inspiration from the opening credits of That 70s Show.

Directed by Daymian Mejia, the new offering succeeds at mirroring the energy present of the track itself as each band of characters flashes across the screen, guiding viewers into a collective rendition of the track while Felix unleashes: "Violate the beat then I wrap with a bow/Started with clothes then I dabbled with the flows/Who the hell would think that from the concrete came a rose/Been the illest in the state since Bel Biv Devoe."

Get into "Nothing" up top.

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