Coi Leray Dropping New EP, ‘Lemon Cars’ With Mike WiLL Made-It

Coi Leray has plans to make a collaborative EP with Mike WiLL Made-It
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 03: Coi Leray attends the Pre-GRAMMY Gala & GRAMMY Salute to Industry Icons Honoring Jon Platt at The Beverly Hilton on February 03, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Coi Leray is teaming up with hitmaker and producer, Mike WiLL Made-It for a new EP entitled Lemon Cars. The project is slated to be released on May 24.

Before this, on Friday (May 10), the rapper dropped off her first single from the project, which shares the same name as the EP, “Lemon Cars.” The pop-inspired track is audibly different from her past work, perhaps it could be her entryway into another genre. Who’s to say? Only time will tell.

The sultry visual, which was released the same day as the track, finds Leray scantly clad as she twirls around in a mansion and later what appears to be a strip club. Check out the “Lemon Cars” music video below.

Coi Leray’s ‘Grown And Sexy’ Era

A few weeks back Coi Leray released another single, “Can’t Come Back,” and in the later-released music video, she seemingly channels Janet Jackson during her “Pleasure Principle” era. Earlier this year, she released another track, on which she worked with Mike WiLL, called “Wanna Come Thru.” She said in a statement around that time she was entering her “grown and sexy era.”

Leray continues: “Grown and sexy means being so in love with yourself — that it is one of the most sexiest, maturest, grownest things that a woman can [be]. As you get older and you tap into your womanhood and your femininity and I feel like you should embrace that,” she said.

She added, “It’s feeling good for yourself; looking in the mirror and just loving yourself. 2024 is going to be my grown and sexy era. I’m taking over this year. I’ve got so much new music and a whole new side of me to get to know.”

Mike WiLL also chimed in to show his support of the single, noting that it was a “culture-shifting record.” He continued: “The song is just fresh and forward-pushing,” the Atlanta-bred producer began. “What I love about it is it sounds simple and easy to digest and instantly puts you in a mood.”