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Shaquille O’Neal

With just a little help from his friends (creation originated from Fu-Schnickens, Ali from A Tribe Called Quest, Def Jef, and Erick Sermon), basketball’s brightest star of the first ’90s, Shaquille O’Neal, released Shaq Diesel, a 1993 album showcasing his average rapping talents. The next 12 months, he released Shaq-Fu: Da Come back. In 1996, O’Neal released THE VERY BEST of Shaquille O’Neal early in November, adopted seven days later by his third recording, You Can’t Quit the Reign. He came back in 1998 with Respect.

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