"You Can't Stop the Reign" is the first single released from Shaquille O'Neal's third album, You Can't Stop the Reign. The song was not much of a success, only making it to 54 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. Three versions of the song were released, the single version featuring three verses from Shaq, the album version, which featured 2 verses from The Notorious B.I.G. and a remix that was made by DJ Quik. The lyrics were probably ghost written by The Notorious B.I.G.
Shaq Diesel is the debut album by professional basketball player and rapper, Shaquille O'Neal, released on October 26, 1993 through Jive Records. The album, which featured production from Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Def Jef, Erick Sermon, K-Cut and Meech Wells, became a surprising success, reaching 25 on the Billboard 200 and eventually reaching platinum status on March 21, 1994 for shipping of one million copies.
"No Hook" is the second single released from Shaquille O'Neal's second album, Shaq Fu: Da Return. It featured verses from Wu-Tang Clan members, Method Man and RZA and was also produced by RZA. The song found its greatest success on the Hot Rap Singles chart, peaking at #16.
"Strait Playin'" is the second single released from Shaquille O'Neal's third album, You Can't Stop the Reign. It was produced by DJ Quik and featured verses from Quik and Peter Gunz. The song was a slight improvement from the album's first single, peaking at 33 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.
"I'm Outstanding" was the second single released from Shaquille O'Neal's debut album, Shaq Diesel. Produced by Erick Sermon, the single was a minor success, making it to 47 on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Biological Didn't Bother" was the first single released from Shaquille O'Neal's second album, Shaq Fu: Da Return. It was released on October 17, 1994 with production from the LG Experience and Warren G. The single was a minor success, making it to 78 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is dedicated to Shaq's stepfather, Phillip A. Harrison and samples "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)" by Pete Rock & CL Smooth.
"Men of Steel" is a single by rappers, Shaquille O'Neal, Ice Cube, B-Real, Peter Gunz and KRS-One from the soundtrack to the movie Steel.
Respect is the fourth studio album released by Shaquille O'Neal. It was released on September 15, 1998 for A&M Records and featured production from Clark Kent and DJ Quik. Although Respect peaked at #58 on the Billboard 200, it made #8 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums - O'Neal's highest-charting long player on that chart.
Shaq Fu: Da Return is the second studio album released by Shaquille O'Neal. It was released on November 8, 1994 for Jive Records and featured production from Redman, Erick Sermon, Def Jef and Warren G. The album was not as successful as his previous album, but it still found decent success, peaking at #67 on the Billboard 200 and #19 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
The Best of Shaquille O'Neal is the first compilation and third overall album by NBA player/rapper, Shaquille O'Neal. The album was released on November 12, 1996, just days before his third studio album, You Can't Stop the Reign, and was his last for Jive Records. Due to its release date, the album only featured songs from his first two albums, Shaq Diesel and Shaq-Fu: Da Return, as well as the Fu-Schnickens song, "What Up Doc? (Can We Rock)" from their album Nervous Breakdown.
You Can't Stop the Reign is the third studio album released by Shaquille O'Neal. It was released on November 19, 1996 for Interscope Records and featured production from the likes of DJ Quik, Poke and Tone, Mobb Deep and Easy Mo Bee. The album was moderately successful, making it to #82 on the Billboard 200 and #21 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Two singles were released, "You Can't Stop the Reign" and "Strait Playin'". The Notorious B.I.G.'s verse from "You Can't Stop the Reign" was reused in Michael Jackson's song "Unbreakable", from his last studio album Invincible.
"The Way It's Goin' Down" is the first and only single released from Shaquille O'Neal's fourth album, Respect. It was released on July 3, 1998, featured Peter Gunz and was produced by DJ Quik, becoming Shaq's second straight solo single to feature Peter Gunz and DJ Quik after Strait Playin'. The single peaked at 47 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Shaq along with DJ Quik & Peter Gunz performed the song live on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 1998.
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