Coi Leray is Ready to Fly


Coi Leray is Ready to Fly: There’s simply no stopping Coi Leray. The platinum-selling rapper has has a stellar couple of years, and now she’s back with new single “Fly Sh!t.”

“It’s goin down goin down,” she coos near the start. “Gotta get you in my bedroom, need that shit right now, It’s goin down goin down, I’mma make you feel special, let me show you how.”

This is an artist who gets what she wants. According to the press release, “On the track, flute-style loops wrap around the head-nodding beat as her instantly recognizable cadence takes hold. She leans into the production with a promise to ‘Shut down the mall, do whatever I want,’ before igniting a knockout hook. Once again, ‘Fly Sh!t’ sees Coi flex her lyrical prowess and undeniable star power without compromise.”

There’s a fun lyric video too, lots of pink, diamonds, planes and watches. The tune is simple but effective, chill vibes but hard-edged. It all works perfectly.

Coi Leray is Ready to Fly: Coi Leray’s “Fly Sh!t” is out now.

“This year, Coi has come into her own as one of the most exciting live performers of her era,” reads the press release. “She recently ignited the stages at Houston Pride, WOO HAH! X Rolling Loud, Longitude Festival, and Rolling Loud Portugal, to name a few. Coi Leray recently released her highly anticipated debut album, TRENDSETTER which received critical acclaim.”

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