Snoop Dogg has revealed that he recorded an unreleased track featuring none other than Michael Jackson.

In an appearance on the Sirius XM show Radio Andy with Andy Cohen, the West Coast MC was asked if he and Jackson’s careers ever overlapped

Me and Michael was family. His family, my family love each other,” he responded. “We have a record that never came out together,” he added, skimming over the details.

“Only issue me and Mike had was, we was at … Ed Hardy — Christian Audigier, he had an event in [Las] Vegas. He had Michael Jackson perform, Snoop Dogg perform.

But where he messed up, he put Michael Jackson dressing room right next to Snoop Dogg’s. So Snoop Dogg was doing this,” he continued, taking a hit of his blunt.

“They like, ‘You know Michael Jackson dressing room next door.’ Like, ‘No it ain’t.’ They like, ‘Yeah it is.’ I’m like, ‘Hold on.’” Snoop then took another drag from his blunt and recalled how he opened the door, exhuming a cloud of smoke. “[Michael was] right there looking at me. He said, ‘Snoop, don’t do that.’”

Circling back to the bombshell record reveal, host Andy Cohen inquired about the whereabouts of the unreleased track. “I gotta find out [who has the masters]. It’s a record that we done for — you know he made records for the world — a peaceful, whole lot of artists on it record. He called me one night and it was crazy because of the way his voice came through the phone.

The Doggfather lapsed into a pretty good MJ impression: “He was like ‘Snoop it’s Mike. I have this song I want you to get on.’”

I’m like, man, whatever you want. It ain’t no problem. Talk to me. After we got past the song he was like ‘My mom always said that you look like someone in my family. I think we’re related,’” Snoop added, laughing.

The “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rhymer went on to say he would make an effort to track down the song. “I kinda want to hear it.”

In the meantime, fans will soon have their hands on a new Snoop album, Missionary, which he’s making with Dr. Dre.

Appearing on All the Smoke with Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, Snoop revealed that he’s currently hard at work in the studio with his longtime collaborator, and they’re putting together something he has high hopes for.

I’m in the lab with Dr. Dre right now. That’s Death Row/Aftermath. We finishing that up right now, tidying up the pieces to that. He’s a perfectionist,” he said.

Revealing the origins of the project, Tha Doggfather said: “The n-gga called me one day about two years ago. He was like, ‘N-gga, come over, let me do a couple of songs with you.’

I go over there and he like, ‘N-gga, let me do your album.’ And I’m like, ‘Alright, let’s go!’ We go in, knock out a couple of songs. He hit me back: ‘I need two more days.’ I got that call probably about 85 times. This n-gga need two more days all the time.

“But when you hear what we have and how he got me rapping, it’s like a grown Snoop Dogg. There’s some growth to him. It’s the way he selects his bars, it’s the way he uses his voice. [Dr. Dre] uses me like a fucking robot and I love it because I love to be produced. I love to be challenged.”

Snoop went on to call the material they’ve recorded for the album “masterful” and praised Dre for using his voice “like an instrument.”

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