As everyone on the planet gets ready for the Olympics, worlds collide in the best way possible on Pusha T and Sia's new track. The president of G.O.O.D. Music and the illusive, face-covering Aussie crooner connect on the song "Unstoppable (Perfect Isn't Pretty)" today (July 15) in promotion for the upcoming 2016 Olympic Games.

The track is actually a remix of Sia's song of the same name off her early 2016 album This Is Acting. The Jesse Shatkin-produced gets a revamp courtesy of Virginia's resident rhyme slinger.

“Pretty isn’t perfect/They told me I was worthless / Had to dig deeper when my cleats hit the surface/What don’t kill you only makes you stronger / The road to glory takes a little longer,” spits Push.

The video for the new single was released by sponsor Gilette and features Olympians Neymar Jr., Ning Zetao, Ashton Eaton, and Andy Tennant putting in work training for the upcoming games. Gilette also released a behind-the-scenes video of the song coming together with commentary from King Push.

“People get to see the end results and they think it was a beautiful ride,” Pusha says in the video clip. “They don’t even think about the steps it took to get to the final place.”

The 2016 Olympics take place in Rio de Janiero from August 5 to 21, so expect to be hearing a lot more patriot promo from artists like Pusha and Sia. Check out the new banger above and see how it compares to Sia's soulful original.

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