Coi Leray has offered a first-look at the tracklist for her forthcoming album, COI, but it doesn’t seem to be resonating with fans.

On Monday (May 22), the rapper took to Instagram to offer fans a preview of her upcoming album. David Guetta, Saucy Santana, and Giggs are just a few of the contributors listed. The project is also expected to feature Lola Brooke, Skillibeng, and a posthumous feature from James Brown.



Some of the tracks listed include “Bitch Girl,” “My Body,” and her TikTok hit, “Players.”

Prior to this she shared the album’s artwork, which shows her in a squat with the same energy Lil’ Kim had on her Hardcore cover, sporting a blunt bob with bangs, and scantily clad.

Check out Coi Leray’s post below.

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The project’s features are diverse (and somewhat disjointed), and fans have noticed. “James brown is crazy, this a industry album,” one person commented.

‘Wtf are these features Omg,” another confused fan wrote. If Coi is going to have these features on her project, she better “rappin rappin” on it, someone else pointed out.

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Memes and GIFs also flooded the rapper’s comment section. However, the comments weren’t all negative, and some seemed excited about Coi’s new album.

Love and Hip Hop alum, Spice, Stefflon Don and Baby Tate, among others, expressed their excitement about the project in the comments. “Claming Bitch Girl,” Baby Tate wrote.



Another fan noted that Coi might have a method behind her madness: “she smart af. she finna get in that pop bag.”

The project is set to be released on June 23.

COI serves as the follow-up to the rapper’s debut album, Trendsetter, which was released in April 2022. The project featured appearances from Nicki Minaj, Lil Durk, H.E.R., and more.

Sadly, the album only reached No.89 on the US Billboard 200 after its release, as first-week sales were relatively low.