Lil Durk joins Coi Leray for her “No More Parties (Remix)”
The original track was unveiled last month.
Last month, Coi Leray shared her reflective single “No More Parties,” a track that sees her unloading her current most candid thoughts. Her vulnerability rewarded her by making the track one of her most well-received, and now she’s back to deliver a revamped version with an assist from none other than Lil Durk. On the track, Coi meets some somber production as she delivers a verse directly addressing family, her surroundings, and more:
They wan’ eat off my plate, they wanna eat off me. When I had my vision, you couldn’t see it/ I’m off to better things, I’m only doing shit that’s gonna make me elevate. Only want people around that’s gonna make me better/ Bitch, pull up in that mhm, it’s so mhm. They ask, how I get that ooh?/ I’m too busy getting this money, counting this cheddar. My daddy let me down, but I promise you, I won’t let up. I wanna say fuck that man but the shit won’t make me better. Me and my brother still beefin’ right now, ‘cause he ain’t get that letter.
Right at the top of 2021, Coi Leray wasted no time getting to it. She released her “G.I. Joe” track and made sure fans got a visual to go along with it. A few days prior to that, she enjoyed her holiday by sharing her Christmas track titled “Merry Xmas” alongside Dess Dior and Maliibu Miitch. Back in August, Coi Leray dropped her EP Now or Never, and afterwards she gifted fans with the music video for the project’s intro track and fan favorite “Slide” featuring Gunna. The Now or Never project included features from Kiana Lede, Sevyn Streeter, and fellow Jersey native Fetty Wap.
Be sure to check out Coi Leray’s remix for her track “No More Parties” featuring Lil Durk down below.
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