Coi Leray appeared on The Breakfast Club on Apr 6 to discuss various topics. The topics surrounded the career of Coi Leray and her rising fame.
Coi Leray’s Interview
The interview started with discussions surrounding her career and how Coi Leray released “No More Parties” only a year ago. She then talked about how she sometimes has to make mental sacrifices for her music career. She makes sure to worry about herself, but it can be difficult.
Also, one of the ways Leray finds comfort is by sucking on her thumb. This habit then lead the artist to start wearing braces. After these random questions, the focus also turned to Coi Leray and the release of her first album, “Trendsetter.”
DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlemagne Tha God have had a chance to listen to the album on Apr 8.
Angela and Envy expressed which songs stood out. Angela Yee brought up the piece “Overthinking,” which features the artist H.E.R.
Coi Leray asked Charlemagne if he enjoyed the composition. His answer made her pause for a second.
“I like certain songs. Listen, I’m 43. I don’t think your music is for me,” Charlemagne Tha God said
Coi then wanted to know who Charlemagne was listening to. He brought up Pusha T. Leray compared her album cover to Pusha T’s, saying he is “black and white.” In contrast, her album cover is “bright and colorful.”
“Tap over to Trendsetter and get some spark in your life,” Coi Leray said.
Charlemagne did later say that some tracks were for him. This did not get Coi off his back. She pressed him some more on his stance to back Pusha T over her. “You don’t play Pusha T on the radio. Why don’t you play what you listen to?” Charlemagne took up for Pusha and said they would play him on the radio the same day.
According to Charlemagne, Pusha T is in rotation at Power 105. He also stated that she would be lucky to have “longevity” like Pusha T. The topic changed quickly when Angela focused on if men like listening to women rappers.
Make sure you listen to Coi Leray’s album that drops on Apr 8. “Trendsetter” will be her first album to be released. Features include H.E.R., Nicki Minaj, Polo G, G Herbo, Young M.A., and Yung Bleu. These collaborations are something to look forward to.