Cocaine Bear, directed by Elizabeth Banks, is a horror-comedy about a bear who wreaks havoc after getting into a lost shipment of over 360 kilos of titular white powder.
Pusha T has covered a hip-hop classic, Melle Mel’s 1983 number, White Lines (Don't Do It), for the Cocaine Bear movie soundtrack.
Cocaine Bear, directed by Elizabeth Banks, is a horror-comedy about a bear who wreaks havoc after getting into a lost shipment of over 360 kilos of titular white powder (Consequence Of Sound).
The Pusha T remix of White Lines references the film in these lyrics, "You heard the pilot lost the load, call that dumb and dumber / It’s no storm without thunder, the bear crawls up and under / Cocaine overload, the only fuel to his hunger."
Check out White Lines (Cocaine Bear remix) by Pusha T below. Cocaine Bear is playing now in cinemas across Australia; watch the trailer below.
A few months ago, Pusha T stepped down as president of Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music record label and cut ties with his longtime collaborator following Ye's displays of antisemitism. Pusha T was part of G.O.O.D. since its inception in 2010 and released music through the company right up until his latest album, the Grammy-nominated It's Almost Dry - Kendrick Lamar ended up winning the Grammy award for Best Rap Album with Mr Morale And The Big Steppers.
In a new interview with XXL, Pusha T confirmed that he and Ye hadn't spoken since sharing his disappointment towards the 808s & Heartbreak rapper's hate speech in November. "I was still on tour. I just expressed myself. I express myself to him a lot. He expressed his thoughts to me. And he got off the phone saying, 'Thank you. I know you don’t agree with me, but you never kill me in the public. And some people can’t wait to do that,'" Pusha T explained.
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He added, "We started working together in 2010. So, my relationship with him has never been like everybody else’s in regard to the filter. I never had a filter with him. I’ve always spoke my mind. People gotta remember, too. This isn’t new for me, when it comes to disagreeing with him politically and things like that."
He recalled the pair's disagreements during the 2016 US Presidential Election: "Remember, I’m the one that said the MAGA hat is the new Ku Klux Klan hood while he’s making my album."