Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith has teamed up with beloved Mary Poppins star Dick Van Dyke for a new children's album.
The rocker plays drums and helped 84-year-old Van Dyke perfect his rapping skills on Rhythm Train.
The actor tells Spinner.com, "At my age, my generation, we are not particularly rap-crazy. Rap has a great beat, but I swear to God, I have never been able to understand one word. I don't know what they're saying."
Smith adds, "I am certainly no rapper but I helped guide DICk with it the first day. It was pretty funny."
Rhythm Train was co-produced by Smith, who plays vocal characters like a pirate and train conductor on the album's tracks.
Songs include Roly Poly in My Guacamole and Lotta Dinosaur.