Published Jun 26, 2009At long last, West coast rap icon Snoop Dogg has found someone who's been higher than he has. We're talking, of course, about famed astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who was the second man on the moon. The 79-year-old recently cut a rap track produced by Quincy Jones and featuring Snoop alongside Talib Kweli and Soulja Boy.
So just how terrible is it? Performing as Doctor Rendezvous, Aldrin's track is called "Rocket Experience," and features the line, "I'm the spaceman, I'm the rocket man, it's time to venture far / let's take a trip to Mars, our destiny is to the stars." In other words, it's about on par with the new Eminem record.
However, at least Aldrin's record is for charity. All the sales for the track will go to benefit ShareSpace, Aldrin's space education program.