As a rapper, Shaquille O’Neal is a great basketball player. It’s a relief, then, that on You Can’t STOP the REIGN, he backs up his raps about licensing deals with hip-hop MVPs like Notorious B.I.G.; even Bobby Brown crops up on a bizarre street interpolation of Phil Collins’ ”In the Air Tonight.” Unfortunately, this Reign washes away the grit — too many R&B choruses and cameos make this more a compilation than a solo album. B-
You Can't Stop the Reign As a rapper, Shaquille O'Neal is a great basketball player. It's a relief, then, that on You Can't STOP the REIGN, he backs up his ...You Can't Stop the ReignHip-Hop/Rap As a rapper, Shaquille O'Neal is a great basketball player. It's a relief, then, that on You Can't STOP the REIGN, he backs up his ...1996-12-13
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Shaquille O'Neal
Posted December 13 1996 — 12:00 AM EST
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