Snoop Dogg has expressed an intense desire to perform at King Charles’ coronation, and wants someone to find a way to make it happen.

The comments were reportedly made in an interview with The Sun, where the West Coast rap legend demanded the publication secure him a spot performing at the coronation ceremony for King Charles III, which is scheduled for May 6 at London’s Westminster Abbey.

“I’m down to perform at the coronation,” Snoop told the outlet. “Make it happen.”

British pop stars Sir Elton John, Adele and Harry Styles were all asked to perform at the royal ceremony, but reportedly declined.

Snoop Dogg has previously expressed serious love for the royal family. Shortly after the death of Queen Elizabeth II last September, Tha Doggfather re-shared an old interview clip on Instagram where he informed DJ Whoo Kid about the time the Queen prevented him from being banned from touring in England.

At the time, Snoop was facing murder charges related to the fatal shooting of gang member Philip Woldermariam. A 1994 cover of The Daily Star — a British tabloid — featured a photo of Snoop Dogg and a headline that read: “KICK THIS EVIL BASTARD OUT!”

“They kicked me out the U.K. ‘Kick this evil bastard out,’” Snoop said in the interview. “It’s a headline. That shit is documented. They had a picture of me on the front […] They was like, ‘Kick this evil bastard out.’ This was while I was fighting a murder case, over there, doing shows.”

He continued: “But guess who came to my defense? Just take a guess. The Queen, n-gga. The Queen said, ‘This man has done nothing in our country. He can come.’ The Queen, n-gga, bow down. When the Queen speak, bow down.

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“That’s Harry and Williams’ grandmother, you dig? You think they weren’t there saying, ‘Grandma, please let him in. He’s OK. We love his music.’ ‘You know Harry, I’ll let him in for you. He’s not so bad after all and he’s quite cute.’ … The Queen, that’s my gal.”

Speaking to The Guardian in 2015, Snoop Dogg confirmed that Prince William and Prince Harry did indeed influence Queen Elizabeth II’s decision.

“When they tried to kick me out of England, the Queen made a comment that her grandbabies loved Snoop Doggy Dogg, and he had done no wrong in the U.K., so she gave me permission to be here,” he said at the time.

“Those grandbabies grew up to be Prince William and Harry, so I had influence on them, and they had influence on their grandmother, which enabled me to get into this beautiful country. They love my music, and it is what it is. There’s a mutual love and respect.”