ShaqIsDope continues a successful year by returning with a heat new track titled 'Ble$$ings'. Over a haunting instrumental by Aaron Bow & Teddy Walton, he of course brings his usual rap prowess and hard bars we've most all come to know him for.
If this morning you thought you'd be seeing Shaquille O’Neal and our own ShaqIsDope team up to diss comedy rapper Big Shaq, you better go buy some lottery tickets because that's exactly what they've done. Though they previously collaborated on a 'Karate Chop (Freestyle)', this
ShaqIsDope brings the hot bars as usual on 'Power'
ShaqIsDope is seeing considerable success already in 2017, with a string of successful singles, blog co-signs, and even one from the god Pusha T, but this has clearly only made him hungrier. Yesterday he returned with new track "I Want 2 Win" with premiere Toronto
There is still no word on when ShaqisDope will release his self-titled EP after its December released was missed, in the mean time he drops off a new track titled "King Push". As the title implies, this track pays homage to former one-half of Clipse,
After teasing the track on social media, ShaqIsDope drops "Falling Freestyle", another solid addition to his music catalog. While I wouldn't say this is Shaq's best track out, these kind of bars are undeniable, fans of his (and good rapping) will like this one.
The only problem with covering exclusively the Toronto scene is that I sometimes feel like a broken record. But shit, I have no option but to say it again, ShaqIsDope can spit, you and I both know this. Evidently, he does to, on new song
ShaqIsDope shines brightest when demonstrating his refined technical ability, but he's far from a one trick pony, as he blends hard rapping with some nice crooning on new song "Owe Me". This single comes in preparation for his upcoming self-titled project, release date TBA, and
After premiering the song Vice's Beats 1 show last night, ShaqIsDope presents new single "For The Streets", which lands on his upcoming self-titled project. This track feels like a rap resume, as Shaq guides through the varying tempo of warbling horns with ease, demonstrating a
Talented Toronto spitter ShaqIsDope returns with a menacing new track titled "Wake Up". I could talk about how this whole song is hard (fact), but all I wanna speak on is that second verse, when he takes his flow into double time for what feels