Megan Thee Stallion is manifesting a joint project with Jazmine Sullivan.
Speaking to Billboard, the Houston hottie was asked which R&B artist she’d like to collaborate with Best of both worlds-type album. When the interviewer suggested the “Girl Like Me” singer, Meg was ready to make it happen.
“Me and Jazmine Sullivan would definitely have some things to talk about,” she said. “Here the girls cry, here the girls scream, here the girls dance, here the girls drink wine, [and] sitting in the backyard sipping cognac…”
She continued, “The guys better go and hide if me and Jazmine Sullivan do an EP, so that’s actually a really good idea. We have to put that into practice.”
The two have yet to work together, but Meg sampled Jazmine’s 2010 single “Holding You Down (Goin’ in Circles)” on her song “Circles” from her debut album Good news.
Jazmine had previously expressed interest in working with the Texas Southern University graduate. “MEG LETS DO A SONGGGG,” she commented on Instagram last year. “I can’t dance, my knees are bad, but I can sing sometimes! Lessgoo where my old knee heauxt??
Megan, who will star in an upcoming Super Bowl commercial for Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, also has Adele and Rihanna on her wish list of collaborators. “I would also really, really, really like to work with Rihanna. This is my next dream collaboration,” the Grammy winner told PEOPLE.
On February 11th, Jazmine will release a deluxe edition of their critically acclaimed album Heaux stories titled Heaux Tales, Mo’ Tales: The Deluxe.