It's hard to imagine an odder couple: Snoop Dogg and Buzz Aldrin have teamed up to on a rap single to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the first lunar landing next month, the Times of London reports. For the track, the second man on the moon took on the pseudonym Doc Rendezvous and rapped, "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.” Snoop Dogg said that Aldrin's rap was "hot right there, man. That's gangsta." In the video, on the site Funny or Die, producer Quincy Jones and fellow rap stars Talib Kweli and Soulja Boy give props to the aging astronaut. Proceeds from the song and video sales will go to Aldrin's nonprofit ShareSpace, a nonprofit that supports space advocacy and education programs.