Jermaine Dupri Teams With Jay-Z For Jackie Chan/Chris Tucker Flick

So So Def CEO turned recording artist Jermaine Dupri will be making an appearance in the upcoming video for Jay-Z's song "Can I Get A...," which also features vocals by Ja and Amil of Major Coins.

The song will be released on the Jackie Chan/Chris Tucker movie soundtrack, Rush Hour, due out on Sept. 1 on Def Jam Records. As previously reported by MTV News, Dupri and Jay-Z also collaborated on the track, "Money Ain't A Thang," for Dupri's debut solo effort, Life in 1472, slated for a July 21 release.

Also making cameos in the video for "Can I Get A..." are 69 Boyz and one of the film's stars, Chris Penn. Penn plays a bartender in the performance-based video, which was shot last week in Los Angeles by director Steve Carr.

Other songs to appear on the soundtrack include Foxy Brown's "Hot Spot"; Case and Joe's "Faded Pictures"; Xscape featuring Foxy Brown's "All About Me"; and the previously reported Ol' Dirty Bastard remake of the 70s pop classic "Kung Fu Fighting." Also

tentatively scheduled to appear on the album is Montell Jordan and Monifah's "If I Die Tonight"; Jon B's "Glad That We Loved"; Slick Rick's "Impress the Kid"; 3rd Storee's "Dry Your Eyes"; Terry Dexter's "You'll Never Miss Me"; and the Snoop Doggy Dogg, Warren G, and Nate Dogg track, which will be under the group name 213, called "The Game Don't Wait." The movie will hit theaters on September 25 via New Line Cinema.