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Rich The Kid taps Coi Leray for “Boss Bitch”

The Atlanta-based star is said to be releasing a new album this summer.

Rich The Kid’s “Boss Bitch” artwork
Rich The Kid’s “Boss Bitch” artwork
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It’s been a little more than a year since Rich The Kid released his third studio album BOSS MAN, which saw twenty tracks with additional features from Lil Baby, Future, DaBaby, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Lil Tjay, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Quavo, and more. Later that year, he would reunite with YoungBoy for the joint effort Nobody Safe, a 15-track offering with assists from Lil Wayne, Rod Wave, and Quando Rondo.

More recently, Rich The Kid blessed his fans with the quick-strike EP Lucky 7 and a new single titled “Richard Mille Patek,” all presumed indicators that a forthcoming body of work is on the way. Today, he adds to that speculation with another infectious cut titled “Boss Bitch,” a collaboration with current hot commodity Coi Leray. Produced by TM88 and LNK, the two artist describe the preferred qualities of their counterpart:

“I need me a boss bitch, a trill bitch, a real bitch, one that I can chill and just be cool with, she savage, one that I can get a bag with, I’m just tryna fuck her, run in mansions, I live lavish, I need me a smart bitch, good head, go dumb on the dick, I need me a bitch that know some pornstar shit, I need me a bitch right by my side gettin’ rich...”

2021 has been a breakthrough year for Coi Leray, who has already delivered well-received singles like “No More Parties” with Lil Durk, “Big Purr (Prrdd)” with Pooh Shiesty, “On Ice,” and “Bout Me.” She’s also contributed to several other big songs in the past few months, including Yung Bleu’s “Thieves In Atlanta,” Pressa’s “Attachments,” Enchanting’s “Freaky Deaky,” Young Stoner Life’s “I Like,” and — just recently — EARTHGANG and Wale’s “Options (Remix).”

Enjoy Rich The Kid and Coi Leray’s “Boss Bitch.”

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