/  08.16.2021


Despite the criticism, Coi Leray has no plans of letting up. This year alone has seen the Boston talent release viral cuts like “No More Parties” with Lil Durk, “Big Purr (Prrdd)” with Pooh Shiesty, “On Ice,” “Beat It Up” with TruCarr, “Bout Me,” and “At The Top” with Kodak Black and Mustard. In addition to her own work, she can also be heard contributing to songs like EarthGang’s “Options (Remix),” Yung Bleu’s “Thieves In Atlanta,” Pressa’s “Attachments,” Enchanting’s “Freaky Deaky,” and Rich The Kid’s “Boss Bitch.” Add in the fact that she has joined the likes of Morray, 42 Dugg, Rubi Rose, Blxst, and Toosii as part of this year’s XXL Freshman class, and it’s clear that Leray’s trajectory is sky high.

This past weekend, Leray added to her discography with “Okay Yeah!,” a Diego Ave and Bankroll Got It-produced number that was first teased to viewers on Triller and TikTok. The short track sees Leray harmonizing about money and the many valuables that accompany wealth:

“Keep my eye on the money, I never go broke, see, I won’t allow it, get to the racks, I never lack, I don’t even trust my own accountant, SRT, no Audi, uh, diamonds they wet like Dory, yeah, dumping these niggas like Lori, yeah…”

In a past interview with REVOLT, Leray spoke on having a solid fanbase, which includes some of your favorite, already-established stars:

“I have a very loyal fanbase. Not only that, I have a very big support system. I haven’t even dropped a debut album. I’ve got the biggest artists following me — everybody from Drake, Meek Mill, Billie Eilish, Rosalia, Kali Uchis, Meg[an] Thee Stallion… Any influencer you can think of who’s huge, who’s a star, everybody follows me and I get so much support.”

Press play on Coi Leray’s “Okay Yeah!”

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