Even though Toronto native ShaqIsDope pushed back the release date for his self-titled EP, he blessed fans with a new song titled "Falls Down." The street record, which is produced by Jay 808, finds an aggressive ShaqIsDope letting stuff off his chest while exclaiming that he's the best rapper in Toronto.

"I've just making changes to this life that’s I've been living/My friend just told me that he prayed and he don’t see no difference/But when It all comes down I just hope that we forgive it/Until that time come lets handle business," he raps.

He previously released “Owe Me” and “For The Streets” to promote ShaqIsDope EP. We spoke to ShaqIsDope this past summer and he discussed his goals in music. “To be the next Canadian to make an impact in the United States, to be up there with Kendrick, J. Cole, Drake. One day I want to be right next to them or even bigger,” he said.

Toronto is a hotbed of young MCs and Shaq is just another testament of the city's deep hip-hop talent pool.

Bump "Falls Down" above.

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