Redman Talks Acting

Hitting stores this week is "Blackout," the long-awaited album by hip-hop's hottest tag-team, Method Man and Redman. The two have been collaborating since they recorded "How High" for the 1995 soundtrack to "The Show." It turns out, though, that they have plans to collaborate on more than music in the future.

The two rappers have a movie project in the works, and on the way to an in-store appearance in Times Square on Tuesday, Redman spoke to MTV News about their upcoming foray into the world of cinema.

[article id="1444700"] "We're coming out with this movie next year,"[/article] he said. [article id="1444700"] "It ain't named yet, but, you know, we workin' on it right now."[/article]

He confessed, [article id="1444700"] "I ain't really know acting; my dog Meth knows acting. He's gonna give me some pointers." [RealVideo][/article]

Method Man and Redman will take "Blackout" on the road with the Family Values

tour, which they join for nine dates, starting at the Cow Palace in San Francisco on October 19 (see [article id="1427696"]"Family Values Tour Announces Itinerary"[/article]).

-- Michael Azerrad