Fred Durst and Billy Ray Cyrus on the Arsenio Hall Show

You’d think if Billy Ray Cyrus was looking to collaborate with someone, he’d choose a fellow country star.

But no, the “Achy Breaky Heart” crooner dialed up Fred Durst—the rap-rocker best known for fronting Nu-metal band Limp Bizkit and writing songs like “Nookie” and “Rollin'”—and invited him to perform his Creed-sounding song “Lately” recently on The Arsenio Hall Show.

And keep an ear out for the Miley reference Durst worked into one of his rhymes, too.

As for Durst, when we last heard from the former tattoo artist, he dusted off Limp Bizkit for a reunion tour and album, Gold Cobra, which was released in 2011 to mixed reviews.