Snoop Dogg has collaborated with everyone from the Pussycat Dolls to Mariah Carey, but there's one pop star on his wish list. This morning, the Doggfather put out an all points bulletin to collaborate with reigning pop queen Lady Gaga, releasing a viral video asking his Twitter followers to put him in touch with the eccentric singer for a cross-genre duet.

"This is an APB out for Lady Gaga," said Snoop in the video. "Big Snoop Dogg is looking for you. I'm trying to do a song with you that's a real nice, freaky deaky kind of song. Get at me, this is Snoop Dogg, I'm trying to find Lady Gaga."

The Cali rapper tweeted out the video to his 2.5 million followers, writing, "Let's make sum beautiful music magic. @ladygaga get at me!!!! got a vid for ya." While Snoop has a track record for laying down songs with pop singers, Gaga has had her fair share of out-of-genre collabos, popping up on Wale's 'Chillin',' Trina's 'Let Dem Hoes Fight' and Beyonce's 'Video Phone (Remix).'

Snoop is currently at work on his upcoming 11th studio album 'Doggumentary,' dropping in March. The LP has already spawned the single and video for 'Wet,' intended as an anthem for Prince William in honor of his upcoming nuptials.