People might have counted O.T. Genasis out after "Coco" blew up quickly, but it looks like they were wrong. Following the huge success of "Cut It," he's seeing continued popularity with "Push It," and today he drops the remix with Quavo and Remy Ma. Listen to it above.

"From Long Beach to New York and Atlanta, this remix furthers the chant to overcome the odds and go get the money," O.T. told Fader, who premiered the track. The song is set to be on his new mixtape Coke N Butter, dropping Friday (Nov. 11).

There were a couple different "Cut It" remixes, if you remember. Kevin Gates and Young Thug were on one while Lil Wayne and T.I. were on another. Perhaps we'll see the same thing with "Push It."

O.T. is a strange specimen, though. Despite now having multiple hit records under his belt ("Coco" went platinum while "Cut It" went gold this year), he doesn't seem to have the star power that someone with so many huge records should have. That's not entirely a bad thing, either; the fact that he hasn't developed much of an image means people have to focus on the music, and judging by that alone, he's doing pretty damn well for himself.

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