In the music video for “LUXURY LIFE,” Busta Rhymes and Coi Leray showcase their acting skills. The inventive video, which Benny Boom directed, was influenced by the 1994 movie Pulp Fiction.
The Swizz Beatz-produced song opens with the Brooklyn rap veteran rhyming, “Aye, you gon’ hold me down mama?” The Boston-born chart-topper replies, “Best believe in me daddy, now what you ’bout to do?”
“Seven Minutes of Funk” from The Whole Darn Family, which was most famously used in JAY-Z’s 1996 smash “Ain’t No N**ga” with Foxy Brown, is sampled in the rap song.
The two musicians’ second joint effort is titled “LUXURY LIFE“. Busta Rhymes contributed a guest line to Coi Leray’s “Players” earlier this year, which samples his 1997 single “Put You Hands Where My Eyes.”
Check Out The Music Video For “LUXURY LIFE”