The 33-year-old made the revelation when appearing on "Million Dollaz Worth of Game". He said, "Probably Beyonce, only because of what that would look like, us really do a dope song with both of us dancing in it."
"That would be dope, like a check off my to-do list," the RnB crooner further gushed. "She's probably the only one I haven't worked with. I'm not turning it down."
While he may not have a song with Queen Bey, Chris acted as the opener of the Australian leg of her "Beyonce Experience Tour" back in 2007. In an interview with Power 106, he praised Beyonce's stage presence and work ethic.
"She the GOAT, man," the ex-boyfriend of Rihanna gushed. "That's one thing can nobody debate, she's the GOAT… I was observing everything. I didn't want to look like I was being thirsty, none of that. I just was infatuated. Nobody really knew me, but I was like, 'I'ma make them know me. I was just taking notes. She's one of the coldest ever, her and [Michael Jackson].' "
Chris himself is set to release his upcoming tenth studio album "Breezy" on Friday, June 24. The project will feature guest appearances from Wizkid, Lil Wayne, Blxst, H.E.R., Ella Mai, Jack Harlow, Tory Lanez, Fivio Foreign, Yung Bleu, EST Gee and Anderson .Paak.
Ahead of the album release, Chris dropped two singles, "WE (Warm Embrace)" and "Call Me Every Day". On Tuesday, he unveiled a music video for the former track, starring Normani Kordei. Unfortunately, the visuals earned the former Fifth Harmony member backlash as people were not happy to see her working with him.