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Coi Leray

Real Name, Age, Father, Mother, Net Worth, Siblings, Boyfriend, Cars & House

Coi Leray Basic Information

Stage Name: Coi Leray
Real Name: Coi Leray Collins
Occupation: Rapper, Singer
Date Of Birth/Age: May 11, 1997 (27) Years Old
Place of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S
Gender: Female
Nationality: American
Marital Status: Single
Education: Montclair High School, Montclair, New Jersey.
Height: 1.60 m
Net Worth: $2M

Coi Leray Biography

Rapper and singer Coi Leray Collins was born in the United States on May 11, 1997. In 2018, she started sharing songs on SoundCloud and published her debut mixtape Everythingcoz and the track “Huddy.” Leray’s second mixtape, EC2, and her debut extended play, Now or Never, were published in 2019 following the signing of a record deal with 1801 Records and Republic Records (2020).

The remix of her hit, “No More Parties,” featuring Lil Durk, peaked at number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2021 and was given a platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Leray’s debut album Trendsetter, published in 2022, gave rise to the track “Blick Blick,” which she co-wrote with Nicki Minaj and debuted in the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100. In addition, Leray’s song “Players” peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2023, becoming her highest-charting song ever.

Coi Leray, Yours Truly, Artists, June 13, 2024

Family

Parents

Father

Born on July 18, 1965, Raymond Leon Scott is an American urban media mogul, television personality, rapper, and record producer better known by his stage name Ray Benzino. He co-owned the publication The Source and made albums (as a member of the production company Hangmen 3).

Coi Leray, Yours Truly, Artists, June 13, 2024

Mother

The public is unaware of who her mother is. Coi is maintaining the privacy of all information about her. A short time after leaving The Source, where he was a co-founder, Benzino divorced Coi Leray’s mother.

Coi Leray, Yours Truly, Artists, June 13, 2024

Siblings

Coi Leray has four brothers named Kwame, Taj Raymond, Chavo, Zino Antonio, and an unidentified fifth sibling. Coi has no sisters because she is her parents’ first and only daughter.

Child

Coi has no children for now.

Lifestyle

Net Worth

According to sources, Coi Leray has a net worth of $2 million. She is among the most popular rappers. Coi reportedly makes more than $15K each month. Her primary sources of income are the music industry, including live performances and record sales. Coi also makes a significant amount of money from her millions of subscribers on YouTube. She also benefits significantly from commercials, brand promotions, and her official store, “Coileray.” Her reported yearly income is over $200,000.

Cars

Coi owns a posh Chevrolet Corvette, amongst other pricey rides in her colorful collection that we do not know of.

House

She is currently residing in her $900,000 Los Angeles mansion. However, she still owns some real estate in Massachusetts, Boston. She once spent $1 million on a brand-new home in Boston for her parents.

Boyfriend

The rapper is currently single. However, she formerly had a brief relationship with rapper Trippie Redd. In 2020, she also had a short romance with Canadian rapper Pressa. She recently admitted to the Breakfast Club that she and rapper Pressa are still good friends. However, she disclosed that their breakup occurred because it interfered with their music careers.

Record Label

Coi Leray, Yours Truly, Artists, June 13, 2024

Andre Harrell, a former rapper, established the American record company Uptown Records in 1986. It is headquartered in New York City. It dominated R&B and hip-hop in the late 1980s and early 1990s. During the 1990s, backed by its A&R staffer Sean Combs, it led to the merging of these two genres.

Coi Leray, Yours Truly, Artists, June 13, 2024

American record company Republic Records is in New York City and is owned by Universal Music Group (UMG). It was started in 1995 as an independent label by Avery and Monte Lipman, and UMG bought it out in 2000. Formerly an imprint of the Universal/Motown Records Group, Republic was renamed Universal Republic Records in 2006 following a restructuring, then returned to its old name in 2012.

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