With a little help from his friends (production came from Fu-Schnickens, Ali from A Tribe Called Quest, Def Jef, and Erick Sermon), basketball's brightest star of the early '90s, Shaquille O'Neal, released Shaq Diesel, a 1993 album showcasing his moderate rapping talents. The following year, he released Shaq-Fu: Da Return. In 1996, O'Neal released The Best of Shaquille O'Neal early in November, followed a week later by his third album, You Can't Stop the Reign. He returned in 1998 with Respect. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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