#Coi Leray

Coi Leray Responds To Rolling Loud Hate By Tossing Money Into A Pool

Coi Leray was a Twitter trending topic on Saturday (July 24) for her Rolling Loud Miami performance after viewers pointed out the crowd’s lack of energy toward her set. The Boston-born, New Jersey-raised rapper performed some of her biggest songs such as “No More Parties” and “BIG PURR (Prrdd),” but it wasn’t enough to get all of the crowd moving. With the festival being streamed online, it didn’t take long for some Twitter users to notice the crowd’s lack of reaction and post memes, while others sympathized.
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Coi Leray Claps Back At Trolls After Rolling Loud Set

It is officially Rolling Loud season. This weekend marked the return of the Miami-based hip-hop festival which drew massive crowds and even bigger names. Artists like Travis Scott, Lil Durk, and Lil Baby all hit the stage this weekend along with some budding new acts. Though those three rappers, specifically, had no problem shutting down the festival, there were a few other acts who didn't receive a warm welcome from the audience.
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Lil Xxel Recruits Coi Leray & Tyga For "What U Want"

Lil Xxel's new track "What U Want" is a perfect summer vibe that's bound to blare through speakers across BBQs and pool parties in the coming weeks. On his latest single, The Florida artist tackles Bankroll Got Its and Hitmaka's infectious production with some assistance from Tyga and Coi Leray.
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DDG, Lakeyah, Morray and Coi Leray’s 2021 XXL Freshman Roundtable Interview

The surreal feeling of turning a dream into reality is unmatched. Those pivotal moments are often filled with feelings of anxiety, peace and motivation, all wrapped up into one. 2021 XXL Freshmen DDG, Lakeyah, Morray and Coi Leray reflect on that during their post-cypher roundtable interview, along with their thoughts on what went down in Atlanta on the day of the Freshman shoot in May, their influences and their shared mindset of growing even bigger and better in the future.

Coi Leray Names Her Top Five Favorite Rappers

Coi Leray is giving a few fellow rhymers their flowers while they can still smell them. The 24-year-old 2021 XXL Freshman admits it's hard to come up with a list of her five favorite rappers, but she's up for the challenge. When it comes to the artists she either listens to often or finds inspiration from, the platinum-selling dynamo highlights a wide range of respected peers.

Coi Leray Gets Caught In The Middle Of Wild Roller Coaster Altercation

Being a Hip Hop star comes with many perks that a regular person doesn’t always have access to when needed. Brands give rappers free stuff all the time, and waiting in line is nonexistent when you’re one of the more popular acts. Coi Leray recently had that experience when she went to Six Flags Magic Mountain with her crew.

Coi Leray Says She's The "Best New Artist" But Her Comments Disagree

The people commenting on Coi Leray's social media profiles seemingly don't want to see her win because after the rising star called herself the "best new artist," hundreds of haters slid into her comments to tell her that they disagree. The rapper has been facing a lot of slander as...

Coi Leray’s 2021 XXL Freshman Freestyle

Coi Leray knew she was destined for greatness. The last few months of 2021 have solidified that train of thought. The North Jersey and Boston-bred artist, who dips in both her rapping and singing bag, secured her first platinum-selling track with "No More Parties" this year. Though the song finds Coi moving away from party life, she's still out here celebrating the many wins she keeps accumulating, including being a 2021 XXL Freshman. The top honor, which she dubs "an appreciation stamp" had to go to Coi for continuing to elevate. She's come a long way from riding in the big drop on 2018's "Huddy."

Rico Nasty Fans Believe She's Shading Coi Leray With XXXTentacion Lyric

It was just a few months into quarantine when Rico Nasty and Coi Leray took to social media to publicly address their animosity. There has been speculation regarding what led up to the online argument, with Leray later explaining to No Jumper's Adam22 that it stemmed from her association with a makeup artist. At the time, the pair exchanged scathing words.

What Rolling Ray Says He Did With Money To Promote a Coi Leray Event

Rolling Ray and Coi Lerai are back at it again. Back in March, the New Jersey rapper and Ray got into an online back and forth following the release of Coi and Pooh Shiesty’s song, “Big Purr.” Rolling Ray accused Coi of monetizing the phrase by making it into a song. According to Ray, he is the originator of the “Purrr” slang term.

Rolling Ray Claims Coi Leray's Team Paid Him For Promo & He Didn't Deliver

The one-sided beef between Rolling Ray and Coi Leray has been continuing for months. The social media star accused Leray of stealing his signature "purr" idea, a sound that Leray has repeated in her tracks. Ray wasn't a fan of Leray's "Big Purr" and retaliated with a "Purr" track of his own, and after going after the rising star on social media, he continues to troll her with another story about allegedly taking her money.

Coi Leray Defends Her Bars: ‘I Had the Best XXL Freestyle’

One thing nobody can accuse rapper Coi Leray of having is low self-confidence. After XXL dropped her freestyle, viewers panned Leray’s bars, calling it one of the worst in Freshman history. But she maintains that she killed her freestyles. “You thought I was about to spit the hottest fire flame,”...