Coi Leray’s Best Collaborations

Coi Leray is setting the rap game on fire, and here’s a look at some of her best collabs thus far.

BYRuby Adele
Coi Leray’s Best Collaborations

Femcee Coi Leray's come-up story is one of a kind. The American rapper's rise to fame tale blasted off with determination to be heard by the masses. By pushing out music on SoundCloud to gain traction and grow a fanbase. With an upswing response from the masses, Coi released an official single, "Huddy." A lead song to debut mixtape Everythingcoz around 2018. The rapper then signed under 1801 Records and Republic Records.

The boost from Republic allowed Coi Leray to flex her creativity and then emerged EC2 mixtape (2019) and Now Or Never mixtape (2020). Around this time, curiosity arose about the rapper, and her growing fanbase soon learned that her father was Benzino. Her blossoming career at only 25 years old has further granted Coi opportunities to work with Nicki Minaj, Lil Durk, and Fivio Foreign. We're sailing into Coi Leray's best collaborations in her career. In no particular order, here are the best picks.

"Better Days" ft. Fetty Wap

Coi Leray tag-teams with "Trap Queen" hitmaker Fetty Wap for "Better Days." The song was released in 2020 for the Now or Never EP. The song navigates a tale about moving on from a toxic romantic partner. Coi starts off by telling her side of the story about a "boy who don't even love himself."

She switches gears towards the end of the verse rather than focusing on getting that bag up. Fetty Wap's approach on this beat embezzles Coi's flow. Just before his verse kicks in, both rappers harmoniously sing the hook, which ties the song together. The simplicity of the chorus steals the show.

"No More Parties (Remix)" ft. Lil Durk

Later in 2021, Coi Leray received her big break with No More Parties. The rapper wrote the mumble-rap song alongside her production team Maaly Raw and Okaykhan. The beat selection style loots piano elements, fluttering repetitive claps, and a fine-drawn bass line. Coi easily blends with the production with smooth flows and alternates between rap and singing. Lil Durk featuring in the remix was at the time when he and Lil Baby were dropping back-to-back hits. Essentially, the remix boosted Coi Leray's popularity. The song went on to appear on her debut Trendsetter album in 2022. "No More Parties" with Durk is one of her best collaborations yet.

"Mountains" With Fivio Foreign & Young M.A

"We Go Up" rapper Fivio Foreign and Young M.A. join the Trendsetter album with the song "Mountains." Coi sings on the hook, "I had to fight for this shit, they don't get it." She glides on further, "Yeah, I had to step in and play some positions." Coi Leray's vocals on "Mountains" are different in delivery, and incline toward a euphoric feel.

Surprisingly, Fivio offers a subtle staunch delivery with his verse, making it a solid feature. He raps, "I come back and I take care her ribs." And adds, "I pour up a drink and she make me a dish." Young M.A. complements the two rappers by mirroring their flows. What I appreciate about this trio is sticking to the theme. The rhyme schemes on each ending bar may be simple on the surface but actually clever.

"Overthinking" With H.E.R.

Coi Leray flaunts her diverse skills by tapping an R&B princess for a Rap-R&B single. "Overthinking" produced by Jaasu & BNYX. On this beat, both producers capably blended the artists and merged their opposite styles. Grammy-winning singer H.E.R opted to rap on her verse, while Coi switches to singing. It is a dazzling contradiction.

"Blick Blick" With Nicki Minaj

When Coi Leray teased a snippet of "Blick Blick," many fans and listeners suggested she add a female rapper. Names such as Nicki Minaj, Cardi, and Megan Thee Stallion were mentioned. But when the rapper's father, Benzino, hinted at Nicki Minaj being the ultimate pick. "She got the song with Nicki Minaj that’s gonna be coming out that’s gonna be crazy," he said in one of Clubhouse's chatrooms. Fans went wild on social media and demanded confirmation from Coi and Nicki.

The song was later released on March 2022 as the last promo single for the Trendsetter album. The hook was co-written by Randall Hammers, Asia Smith, and a beat production by Dr. Luke, Rocco Did It Again!, Ryan Ogren, and Mike Crook. "Blick Blick" peaked at No. 37 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart and remained on the list for some time.

Which Coi Leray's best collaborations are on your list? Let us know in the comments.


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