If you thought that the idea of big screen icon Warren Beatty working with Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs was completely off-the-wall, one of Muggs' associates says the pairing worked pretty well.
As we previously reported (see "Warren Beatty-DJ Muggs Track, New Public Enemy Song On Soundtrack"), Beatty will be heard rapping on a Muggs' produced track on the soundtrack to the actor's upcoming film, "Bullworth."
"He is a trip. He's a cool dude," Muggs' Cypress Hill partner B-Real recently told the MTV Radio Network about Beatty. "I heard the track he did with Muggs. It was O.K. for an older guy who don't know too much about rap. It was pretty cool."
The soundtrack to the political satire will arrive on April 7 and will also feature collaborations between Dr. Dre and L.L. Cool J, Ol' Dirty Bastard and The Fugees' Pras and Wyclef and Youssou N'Dour. The album will also carry tracks from Ice Cube, members of the Wu-Tang Clan,
and a new song from Public Enemy. Meanwhile, the film will arrive in theaters on May 22.