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Busta Rhymes And Coi Leray Make A Clean Getaway In "LUXURY LIFE" Music Video

Busta Rhymes and Coi Leray explore their acting talents in the music video for “LUXURY LIFE.” Directed by Benny Boom, the creative visual draws inspiration from the 1994 film Pulp Fiction.

“Aye, you gon’ hold me down mama?” rhymes the Brooklyn rap veteran to kick off the Swizz Beatz-produced track. “Best believe in me daddy, now what you ’bout to do?” responds the Boston-bred chart-topper.

“LUXURY LIFE” is the second collaboration between the two musicians. Earlier this year, Busta Rhymes added a guest verse to Coi Leray’s “Players” which samples his 1997 hit “Put You Hands Where My Eyes Could See.” The collaborative effort follows Busta Rhymes’ “BEACH BALL” featuring BIA. “Me and Busta did this song months ago, he called me up, he’s like ‘Listen Bia, I’ve got this song. You gotta do this part. It’s only your voice that’s gotta do this part,’ so I went to studio right away, I did it. And to perform with Busta during Hip-Hop 50…this is crazy. It’s unreal,” shared the “WHOLE LOTTA MONEY” rapper with Billboard of the link-up.


The rap song samples “Seven Minutes of Funk” from The Whole Darn Family, most commonly recognized in JAY-Z’s 1996 hit “Ain’t No N**ga” featuring Foxy Brown




Both tracks precede a pending album from the Grammy-nominated act. Earlier this year, he confirmed the project will be executive produced by Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, and himself.

“I just want to take the time to say that I appreciate my brother Busta Rhymes for his longevity, his distinctive style [and] voice. I wish everybody a long career like Busta Rhymes. He’s the biggest deal,” elaborated Swizz Beatz of his frequent collaborator.

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