Method Man, Redman Make Plans For New Album

Hip-hop's most notoriously dynamic duo is finally filling an album with its collaborative efforts as Method Man and Redman will deliver a new CD on September 28.

Tentatively titled "America's Most Blunted," the album will be the first from the recently inseparable duo. Fans will get their first taste of the collaboration when the Meth/Redman single "Tear It Off" turns up on the "Deep Blue Sea" soundtrack, which hits stores on August 3. The two will meet up in Los Angeles early this week to shoot a video for the track.

Before becoming joined at the hip during Jay-Z's recent Hard Knock Life tour, Meth and Redman first strutted their collective stuff on the song "How High" from the soundtrack to "The Show." Subsequently, the duo teamed up on "4,3,2,1," on L.L. Cool J's 1996 album, and "Big Dogs," from Meth's sophomore release, "Tical 2000."

"When we were on the Hard Knock Life tour, we were writing. We got some material," Method

Man told the MTV Radio Network. "I know everybody comes up here, and they're like, 'We got stuff on our album that everybody's gonna want to listen to. We got something for everybody.' But I really think that by the time me and this man get finished with this album, we're gonna have something on there for everybody." [RealAudio]

EPMD's Erick Sermon and the Wu-Tang Clan's Rza will handle production duties on the album, which will contain 16 tracks including three bonus cuts: "How High" (from "The Show"), "Well Allritecha" (from Redman's "Doc's Da Name"), and "Big Dogs" (from Method Man's "Tical 2000").