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Coi Leray assists Pressa for “Attachments (Remix)”

The original version first appeared on the ‘Gardener Express’ project.

pressa “Attachments (Remix)” down below

Back in December, Pressa released his Gardener Express project. It’s stand-out hit “Attachments” was placed up front and center as the introduction track, and now, he has officially circled back to give it some more love. He enlists Coi Leray, his current favorite female artist, for the assist on the official remix. On the track, Pressa handles the opening bars:

I couldn’t believe it, soon as I bought my Cuban chain she call me back/ Soon as I ice out on my wrist she got attached, and see on dates she see this glizzy got attachments/ For all these bitch ass n***as that try circle back, sluggah got hit up in the party, did a dance/

Sizzlac dead and they don’t post him on the ‘gram/ Say free my n***as swing his knife all in the can/ You see that cut, he couldn’t shake he want him dead

The aforementioned Gardener Express project includes seven songs and features from names like Sheff G, Flipp Dinero, Sleepy Hallow, Jackboy, Taliban Glizzy, and D-Block Europe. Prior to this was 2019’s Prestige project.

Coi Leray has been on a rampage in 2021, garnering attention at every turn. Starting off in January, 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 she circled back to deliver a revamped version with an assist from none other than Lil Durk. Then she unleashed “Big Purr” featuring Pooh Shiesty, and the song was viral from one clip way before the official song and video were even released. She also starred in the music video for one of the biggest songs of the year “Track Star” by Mooski.

Be sure to press play on Pressa’s new remix of “Attachments” featuring Coi Leray down below.

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