Throwback Thursday: Shaquille O’Neal Raps

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If you were growing up in 90s then you probably remember a lot of strange and wonderful music and videos. Everyone was getting in on the rap game, including athletes. Since we featured Shaquille O’Neal earlier today with his new Reebok spot, it seems only right that we throw it back to the 90s and shed light on his rap career. In 1993, Shaq dropped his debut album Shaq Diesel and even followed it up with FOUR more albums: 1994’s Shaq-Fu: Da Return, 1996’s The Best of Shaquille O’Neal and You Can’t Stop the Reign, 1998’s Respect. Below you can see two fine samples from his illustrious career, “Strait Playin'” and the all-star jam “Men Of Steel” featuring Ice Cube, KRS-One, B-Real, and Peter Gunz. Check out the action below and bask in the glory.



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