Brooklyn rap squad M.O.P. will release a collaborative album with German producers The Snowgoons in late 2011.

The album will follow up 2009’s The Foundation for the notoriously aggressive rap duo, who have previously been signed to Roc-A-Fella and G-Unit Records.

“[Snowgoons] just sent us some fire…those dudes are incredible,” Mash Out Posse member Billy Danze said on Conspiracy Worldwide Radio. “When you hear this project, you’re going to be satisfied as an M.O.P. fan and a Snowgoons fan.”

Danze promised an eclectic sound that will complement the duo’s hard-hitting rap style.

“They’re blazing through and coming from different angles,” Danze said of The Snowgoons. “These guys [are] providing us with that dramatic sound, with those theatrical sounds, with that hard hip-hop…they supplied us with everything. I’m really psyched about this project.”

The Snowgoons, comprised of Det and DJ Illegal, debuted in 2007 with the producer album German Lugers on Babygrande Records, and followed up with Black Snow in 2008.

The collabo album is slated to drop in the fourth quarter of 2011 on Babygrande. —Lauren Carter