After having a pic of Jesus rolling in a caddy on the cover of their debut, Lord Willin, The Clipse are linking up with his look-a-like on their next album. Legendary producer Rick Rubin has been working on tracks for the Clipse’s long-awaited third album, Til The Casket Drops, this month, the rap duo’s camp tells EW. Rubin, who signed the Clipse to Columbia Records shortly after taking over as the label’s cochairman in 2007, has completed one tune with them so far in a Malibu studio; they plan to work with him on one to two more in the coming weeks.

Rubin is most known by younger fans for producing Jay-Z’s “99 Problems” but has worked with everyone from LL Cool J, RUN DMC and The Beastie Boys to the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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