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Did Shaq do a song with Biggie?

Did Shaq do a song with Biggie?

The NBA legend recently spoke to Ebro on his Beats1 show about how he recorded his verse for a Biggie Smalls collab several times for the sake of impressing the rap phenomenon. Appropriately titled “You Can’t Stop the Reign,” the song stems from Shaq’s eponymous third studio album of the song.

Did Shaq meet biggie?

During an interview with ESPN’s ‘Outside the Line,’ O’Neal recalled meeting the Brooklyn native, back in 1994. “First time I heard of Biggie Smalls was when he said my name in a rap,” O’Neal said. “He said, ‘I’m slammin’ brothers like Shaquille it is real,’ and instantly I became a fan.”

Did Shaq get a Phd?

Shaq received a degree in business administration, which should shock no one who’s followed his career. Recently retired from the NBA, O’Neal finished his educational goal and received his doctorate in business along with 1,100 other students. It put O’Neal in an exclusive club of pro athletes with doctorates.

How tall is O Neal?

2.16 m
Shaquille O’Neal/Height

Who was the first person to play the loop for Biggie?

When he first played the loop for Biggie, (he said that) Biggie smiled and hugged him.” Randy continued, “Over the years I was approached by Ice Cube, Eazy-E, Vanilla Ice, and maybe another 4–5 artists to use the song and I never said ‘yes’ until I heard a rough version of Biggie’s recording produced by Sean ‘Puffy’ Combs, D-Dot, and Ron Lawrence.

Where was the notorious video filmed?

The music video was filmed in Los Angeles, California in February 1997, a month before The Notorious B.I.G.’s death.

When did the song Hypnotize by the notorious b i g come out?

” Hypnotize ” is a single by American rapper The Notorious B.I.G. featuring vocals by Pamela Long, released as the first single from his album Life After Death on April 1, 1997.

When did rise by Biggie Smalls come out?

The original ‘Rise’ record climbed the chart all summer and became number one around the end of October; Biggie’s version was released and charted its first week at number two and went to number one the second week.”