Coi Leray leaked: Video feat Pooh Shiesty fires up fans

Bruno Cooke March 10, 2021
Coi Leray leaked: Video feat Pooh Shiesty fires up fans

Part of Coi Leray’s new collaboration with Pooh Shiesty leaked on 7 March on Twitter via Daily Loud, showing the singer dancing in the studio to the track. Coi also threatened to leak a collab with Asian doll. What’s the story?

Coi Leray leaked

Daily Loud’s video containing footage of Coi Leray dancing in the studio to her new song, featuring Pooh Shiesty, has so far picked up about 1.8K Likes.

The video, captioned, “Coi Leray x Pooh Shiesty coming soon” went live on 7 March.

The Pooh Shiesty and Coi Leray leaked song has picked up a mixed reception from Daily Loud’s Twitter followers. One user said it “doesn’t even sound good”, while another “appreciate[s] the new wave”.

Another Coi Leray leak?

Two days later – on 9 March – Coi Leray tagged singer @AsianDaBratt, aka Asian Doll, aka Queen Von, in a post threatening to leak a separate track. 

The track, apparently titled Asian Doll x Coi Leray, is 4 minutes 6 seconds long, but is so far not live.

Coi Leray said she would leak it because “IDGAFFFFFF BOUT NUNNNAAADAT SH*TT!!!!!!!”

Asian Doll retweeted the post, adding, “LETS GOOOOOOO!!!”

When will Coi Leray leak the full track?

Asian Doll herself tweeted in the early hours of this morning (GMT) that she and Coi Leray “actually got 3 hits”. 

Calls for the full leak inundated Asian Doll’s retweet, and Coi Leray’s original tweet. However, no leak has emerged with the full song.

Likewise, followers will likely have to wait a little longer before hearing the full Coi Leray ft Pooh Shiesty track. 

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Bruno is a novelist, amateur screenwriter and journalist with interests in digital media, storytelling, film and politics. He’s lived in France, China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines, but returned to the UK for a degree (and because of the pandemic) in 2020. His articles have appeared in Groundviews, Forge Press and The Friday Poem, and most are readable on Medium or onurbicycle.com.