Rapper Kendrick Lamar has impressed not only his fan base with this year's album Mr. Morale &

The Big Steppers, but also some members of music royalty. During her appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Madonna 

revealed that the rapper is at the top of her list of dream collaborators. "There is one artist that I love

more than anything in life," the singer told the talk show host on Thursday night (August 11). "I would love to collaborate with him, and that's Kendrick Lamar."

Speaking about the rapper's latest studio album, Madonna said, "His new album is historic. Incomprehensibly brilliant. It's insane."

Although she had the highest praise to offer for K-Dot's work, the 63-year-old singer was on Fallon's show

to promote her new record - a compilation album called Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones. 

The project includes appearances by Timbaland, Nicki Minaj, Swae Lee and more, and is made up of remixes of her 50 #1 Billboard Dance Club singles.

As HipHopDX points out, several other acclaimed artists have also shared their praise for Mr. Morale, including Tyler, The Creator, who spoke with Converse in 

June, saying, "I love this album, but I feel like he touches on things that are so, like, open and honest that some people can't hear it because they probably feel like he's looking them in the eye." he explains.