Coi Leray drops ‘Bops’ music video

Song appears on sophomore album

Multi-Platinum recording artist Coi Leray, has released the music video for her single “Bops.”

Released on April 27th, “Bops” helped Leray set the stage for her highly anticipated sophomore album, Coi. Now with an accompanying visual, Leray is oozing confidence as she proudly proves her success as a chart-topping artist who can crank up a smash hit after hit. The video was produced and directed by Leray’s multi-media production company Trendsetter Studios with Leray credited as Creative Director.

The video sees Leray letting loose and celebrating her success with friends, complete with a cake and impressive dance moves in front of the framed records that got her here. We see Leray dancing in front of the physical manifestation of her artistry – the multi-Platinum record “No More Parties,” the Gold-certified “Big Purr (Prrrd)” featuring Pooh Shiesty, and the frame triumphantly naming her a Billboard chart-topping artist. Leray and her dancers show off not only her bops, but her dance moves as well, wearing shorts with the word “Players” across, a proud display of Leray’s highest-charting single to date.

2023 is in full force for Leray due to her chart-topping success of her smash hit “Players,” bountiful new music releases, and major festival performances such as Rolling Loud California, Austin City Limits, Summer Jam and more. This year has also seen Leray become the voice of the WNBA’s More Than Game campaign ahead of their 2023 season and continue to build her resume in the fashion space with her collaboration with Fendi by Marc Jacobs in their highly anticipated summer capsule collection. You can also hear Leray on the big screen, with her collaboration with Metro Boomin on their song “Self Love,” as part of the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse soundtrack, in theaters now.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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