Snoop Dogg is holding out for a collaboration with either the Rolling Stones or Madonna - because he wants to experience what it's like not to be "the big one" on a track.
The rapper has worked with a host of stars as diverse as Willie Nelson and Justin Timberlake, but his sights are still aimed high for a really big duet.
He tells Nylon Guys magazine, "I wanna be on a track where I'm not the big one. I wanna do a Madonna or a Rolling Stones or a Quincy Jones - something where their name is bigger than mine. "Something where it's like, 'Wow, I can't believe Snoop Dogg is on a track with Rascal Flatts!'"
(It's worth noticing that Snoop Dogg and Madonna somehow worked together already as they've been both part of the voice cast of the first episode of Luc Besson's "Arthur and the Invisibles" animated saga).
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