Sia - Unstoppable [Remix] Feat. Pusha T

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King Push adds a little oomph to Sia's single "Unstoppable" for the Olympics.

Magnum isn’t the only brand blessing us with dope new music. Gillette has partnered up with the Rio 2016 Olympic games to create a remix of Sia’s track “Unstoppable,” featuring none other than Pusha T. The song appears exclusively as a backing track to Gillette's video for the 2016 Olympics.

Jump to the two minute mark to hear Pusha T’s verse, which marks the first sonic departure from the original version. King Push is backed by the Olodum, an Afro-Brazilian marching band, giving the remix a ton more punch. It’s imagined as a pump-up track, and the Virginia emcee does a good job of providing a little extra motivation. Being a song for the Olympics, Pusha trades in his clever cocaine trafficking references for sports metaphors.

Quotable Lyrics

Pretty isn't perfect, they told me I was worthless
had to dig deeper when my cleats his the surface
way more than physical, this is soul searching
the pain from the pressure to perform equals purpose

- Pusha T

 

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Unstoppable [Remix]
Sia Feat. Pusha T

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King Push adds a little oomph to Sia's single "Unstoppable" for the Olympics.


Magnum isn’t the only brand blessing us with dope new music. Gillette has partnered up with the Rio 2016 Olympic games to create a remix of Sia’s track “Unstoppable,” featuring none other than Pusha T. The song appears exclusively as a backing track to Gillette's video for the 2016 Olympics.

Jump to the two minute mark to hear Pusha T’s verse, which marks the first sonic departure from the original version. King Push is backed by the Olodum, an Afro-Brazilian marching band, giving the remix a ton more punch. It’s imagined as a pump-up track, and the Virginia emcee does a good job of providing a little extra motivation. Being a song for the Olympics, Pusha trades in his clever cocaine trafficking references for sports metaphors.

Quotable Lyrics

Pretty isn't perfect, they told me I was worthless
had to dig deeper when my cleats his the surface
way more than physical, this is soul searching
the pain from the pressure to perform equals purpose

- Pusha T

 

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