Nicki Minaj wants to collaborate with Beyoncé on an album.

The 34-year-old rapper has worked with the 36-year-old megastar on tracks including 2013's 'Feeling Myself' and '***Flawless' in the past, but would be ''open'' to joining forces with the 'Crazy in Love' hitmaker again in the future to release a joint LP to rival Jay-Z and Kanye West's 'Watch The Throne' compilation.

Speaking to Paper magazine, the 'The Other Woman' actress - whose full name is Onika Tanya Maraj - said: ''I would be open to doing [that] if the time was right. I haven't thought too much about that, though. The only person that I've seen a lot of people speak on, when talking about an album of that caliber, is Beyoncé 'cause we did '***Flawless' [remix] and 'Feeling Myself' and we've actually performed together.''

The 'Anaconda' star says the project is unlikely to get up and running because of their busy schedules, though she knows their fans would love to see it happen.

She concluded: ''I always see a lot of people saying, 'Oh my gosh, a joint album with you guys would be really dope,' but, you know, those are the kinds of things that are just wishful thinking from fans. They're far-fetched because usually artists are in such different places in their personal lives and career lives that it's hard to make that work.''