Shaq and Blackway team up for new song ‘Koko King’"


NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal has partnered with Ghanaian-American rapper Blackway and producer Koko to create a new song called “670226.” The song’s title is derived from Shaq’s height measurement in inches, 7 feet and 1 inch.

Blackway, who was born in Ghana and raised in Brooklyn, is known for his unique blend of African and Western sounds, and Koko is a Ghanaian producer who has worked with artists such as Sarkodie and Stonebwoy. The trio worked together to create a danceable track that combines Blackway’s signature style with Shaq’s energetic and charismatic performance.

In a statement, Shaq praised Blackway and Koko for their musical abilities and said that he was excited to collaborate with them on the project. He also noted that he has always been a fan of African music and that he was happy to contribute to the genre.

The release of “670226” marks Shaq’s return to the music scene after a brief hiatus. He has previously released several rap albums, including “Shaq Diesel,” which went platinum, and “You Can’t Stop the Reign,” which featured collaborations with artists such as The Notorious B.I.G. and Jay-Z.