On a somewhat ordinary Wednesday night, a rare celestial event took place, one that we won’t witness again until 2037. As the world looked upwards, a super blue moon illuminated the night sky, offering a breathtaking spectacle. In sync with this astral phenomenon, the fearless and talented Coi Leray launched her new EP, appropriately named “Blue Moon“. This EP was not just a musical offering, but a celebration of the rare lunar event, a soundtrack to the cosmic vibes that resonated globally.
“Blue Moon”: A Soundtrack to the Skies
Creating a perfect harmony between celestial occurrences and musical rhythm, “Blue Moon” served as a fitting tribute to the rare super blue moon event. Offering a collection of five tracks, the EP was a treat for Leray’s fans, establishing a unique connection between the music and the moonlit night.
Coi Leray: The Jersey-based Luminary
Hailing from New Jersey, Coi Leray’s musical prowess has been a beacon of talent in the industry. Her audacity and unapologetic approach to her music have garnered her a dedicated fan base. With “Blue Moon”, she once again proved why she is an artist to watch.
“Isabel Morant”: A Visual Treat
Coi Leray didn’t just stop at the EP. She also released a stunning visual for the standout track “Isabel Morant”. The creative minds behind the video, Mathking64 and Rocketboy, captured Leray’s essence perfectly. The video showcases Leray’s unabashed expression of wealth, success, and the joy of outdoing her rivals.
“Yeah I’m on they a**, hop up on that couch and roll up Latto out the bag, I don’t need a stylist, they can’t f**k with Coi Leray, tried to count me out, and now I’m big as Trippie Redd, woo, I hope I don’t crash, scrapin’ up the rim up on that sidewalk, ride it fast, I can’t wait to pour up and cook up, up in that lab, this that brand new ring, Denim Tears, LV tags…”
The music video, directed by Michael Vincent, presents Leray in various settings, from a bathtub to deep waters, and even amidst a mob of her supporters. Each frame is a testament to her bold personality.
“COI”: The Sophomore Journey
Earlier in June, Leray released her second LP, “COI”. The 16-song album featured collaborations with renowned artists like David Guetta, Saucy Santana, Giggs, Lola Brooke, Skillibeng, and even the late James Brown. With tracks like “Players”, “Bops”, “My Body”, and “Run It Up”, the album was a resounding success.
Leray’s Recent Collaborations
Leray has also been involved in notable collaborations recently, contributing to tracks like Dave East’s “Sex So Good”, Roy Woods’ “Hate Me”, Metro Boomin’s “Self Love”, RAYE’s “Flip A Switch. (Remix)”, and OhGeesy’s “Better Together”.
Wrapping Up: A Celebration of Music and the Moon
The “Blue Moon” EP and the “Isabel Morant” video release are prime examples of Coi Leray’s bold approach to music. She is not just creating songs, but experiences, linking her art to the world around her. As we wait for the next super blue moon, we can enjoy the lunar vibes from Leray’s “Blue Moon”. Press play and let the music transport you to the night sky, under the light of the super blue moon.