Pusha T has shared a brand new monitor, a remix of Melle Mel’s 1983 basic “White Traces (Don’t Do It).” The latest track from the rapper, who known as himself “cocaine’s Dr. Seuss” on final 12 months’s It’s Nearly Dry, accompanies the brand new film Cocaine Bear. The darkish comedic thriller follows the exploits of a coked-up creature wreaking havoc on the woods. Take a look at Pusha T’s “White Traces (Cocaine Bear Remix)” under.
After issuing his fourth LP, It’s Nearly Dry, in April, Pusha T reignited his fast-food beef with McDonalds, taking a pro-Arby’s stance with a promotional diss monitor titled “Rib Roast.” It’s Nearly Dry grew to become Pusha T’s first-ever No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart upon its launch. The album picked up a Grammy nomination for Finest Rap Album, shedding out to Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & the Huge Steppers.