While JAY-Z and Britney Spears were once atop the music charts simultaneously, they’ve never collaborated. However, the “Circus” singer wants to change that.

As Billboard reported, Spears went on her Instagram account on Monday to announce her desire to cover Beyoncé’s “Daddy Lessons” and put her aspirations for a JAY-Z collab into the universe.

“So many people have done remixes to my songs without my knowledge … so I guess it’s safe to say I will be redoing this song eventually !!!” Spears wrote in the caption of her post. “Just need to meet Jay-Z and add a rap to it. … what’s up ???”

She played the song in the background and danced in scantily clad attire in the since-deleted video accompanying the post.

Coming off of Beyoncé’s sixth album, Lemonade, “Daddy’s Lessons” is a quintessential country track, one of the few in the Houstonian’s beloved catalog. Upon its initial release, the song debuted at No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100. She also remixed it with The Chicks, which they performed at the 50th Annual Country Music Association Awards. 

Blavity reported Queen Bey wanted the “Oops… I Did It Again” artist to participate in a new music video earlier this year, marking their first collaboration in nearly 20 years. However, plans for it fell through.