Back in September, Coi Leray dropped off a well-received single titled “TWINNEM,” an ode to true friendship that saw production from Bankroll Got It, Diego Ave, DJ Swish, and Jae Roc. A couple of months later, the Boston talent unveiled a remix of “TWINNEM” with some help from DaBaby. At some point, even Kim Kardashian and daughter North West helped to promote the song on social media, further establishing the track as one of Coi Leray‘s biggest since the Lil Durk-assisted “No More Parties.”

Over the weekend, fans got a holiday version of “TWINNEM,” which adds on a gospel choir to back Leray‘s harmonies about sticking with best friends and keeping your social circle small:

“That loyalty everything, I don’t hang with broke bitches, they just be killin’ my energy, ain’t bringin’ nothin’ to the table then you cannot sit with me, they don’t bring nothin’ to the table, but they be lookin’ for sympathy, niggas be havin’ they hand out but never did shit for me, know a couple niggas that donе switched up and turned right to my enеmy, that’s why it’s just me and my—Just me and my twinnem, that’s why it’s just me and my—Just me and twinnem…”

This week, Coi Leray took to social media to announce that her forthcoming debut album is finally finished, showing a blurred out picture of what’s presumed to be the LP’s tracklisting:

Upon its release, Leray‘s new body of work will follow last year’s Now Or Never, an EP that saw six songs with additional features from Gunna, Kiana Ledé, Sevyn Streeter, and Fetty Wap. A year prior, she released Too Many Opinions and EC2, the latter of which served as the sequel to Leray‘s breakthrough project EverythingCoZ.

Press play on Coi Leray‘s “TWINNEM (Holiday Version)” below.