Snoop Dogg has worked with some unexpected people in the past, but nothing compares to his collaboration with the second man to set foot on the moon, Buzz Aldrin.
“I just did a rap session with Snoop Dogg and a rap composition called ‘Rocket Experience,'” the 79-year-old astronaut tells The New York Times Magazine. “It’s going to be an online video.”
Snoop taught the moon man how to rap for the first time. “I relate. It’s not singing, it’s rapping,” says Aldrin.
Talib Kweli also joined the odd couple on set of the video, which will premiere on the comedy website Funny or Die.