Now that Mike Jones and Paul Wall are household names, Swisha House CEO Michael Watts has an album from rapper Lil' Keke on deck along with an unlikely collaboration.

"I just screwed and chopped Korn's last album. They liked our work and approached us about it, so we did it," he told AOL Music upon arriving at the 1st Annual Ozone Awards in Orlando.

While commercial success used to brand a hip-hop artist a sellout, taking Houston's chopped-and-screwed sound global was all part of Watts' plan.

"Actually, many people didn't know that we already had a wide audience from shipping undergrounds all over the nation," he said. "We always knew we had the potential to be big, 'cause mainstream people were jammin' our stuff."

Mike's re-working of Korn's 'See You On The Other Side' CD appears on the group's September 26th release 'Chopped, Screwed, Live, & Unglued.' The collection of two CD's and a DVD also includes an animated video and acoustic versions from AOL Sessions.