Shaquille O’Neal is no ordinary name, one that has a legendary history attached to it. Shaq has one of the best Screen Breaking (literary) careers in the NBA.
Shaq was drafted in 192 by the Orlando Magic and quickly became one of the finest centers of his time. With his 7 feet 1 inch strength, he not only dominated his opponent but single handedly turned the tide of the match.
He has made a huge impact on the teams he has been with throughout his career. He made it to the NBA Finals with 3 of the 4 teams he played with and went on to win 3 championships with the LA Lakers, and one with the Miami Heat. His career stats are excellent but only his small donation from the charity line seems to hurt O’Neal’s stats.
Shaquille O’Neal retired in 2011 but this man is not just sitting still. He’s turned into a sports broadcaster and made NBA appearances on TNT, among others.
Shaquille O’Neal transforms into DJ Diesel at LSU
The relationship between music and Shaquille O’Neal decades old. Once drafted, O’Neal signed with Jive Records and released his debut album, Shaq Diesel, in 1993. The album went on to peak at number 24 on the Billboard Top 200 albums, while the soundtrack of the film went on to peak at number 24 on the Billboard Top 200 albums. main “What’s Up Doc? (We can Rock) debuted at number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles.
Shaq is a man of many talents and DJ is one of them. Last year, he uploaded a video of himself playing as a DJ for his sons. The video has been liked by many who know about Shaq’s talent and is an absolute shock to those discovering it for the first time.
Better known as DJ Diesel, Shaq played at the Tomorrow World music festival in Georgia’s Chattahoochee Hills in 2009. Fans were amused after seeing the NBA legend there. Shaq’s DJing skills cannot be underestimated as three years ago Forbes called him “the best DJ on the planet”.
Shaquille O’Neal made a recent appearance at Louisiana State University, where we could see him and the crowd jostling to hear the Queen’s “We are the Champions.” The energy Shaq has to lead the crowd makes his claim that “Sport and Music unites people” all the more plausible.
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