Video of the Week: Coi Leray Can't Come Back

Following her two career-defining performances at Coachella, Coi Leray has released a new song "Can't Come Back," with an accompanying steamy video.

The song was "produced by TrueBeatzz and Melz of Ear Drummers, marking her second release with Island Records."

"I kicked him to the curb, he can't come back," whispers the rapper and singer at the very start. Apparently, this dude is toast.

Meanwhile, the video sees Leray lifting weights and dancing in a dimly-lit warehouse/sparse apartment. For the children of the '80s, it has real Flashdance vibes. Or, as they point out, some Janet Jackson.

"The accompanying video, also released today, was directed by the renowned Dragan Aric, also known as The.97, and creatively led by Alondra Costa with Johnathan Behr as the lead producer, serving as a high octane homage to Janet Jackson's iconic 'The Pleasure Principle' video from the dance-heavy 80’era," they say in the press release. "Bringing Coi's vision to life, the video showcases the essence of Jackson's ambiguity and influence, achieved by incorporating similar set design, wardrobe, and artistic vision. Coi complements the video release with a series of movie-poster-esque stills, adding depth to the visual narrative."

Coi Leray's "Can't Come Back" is out now.

Photo credit: @directedbyjeremiah