Toronto’s ShaqIsDope drops his latest track, "Power.” The record, which is produced by Andreonthebeat, finds Shaq rapping about getting rich by any means over hard-hitting percussion.

“I’m up next, got ’em so upset/See me as a threat, make ’em sweat, yeah I’m at they necks,” he raps. The song also serves as an ode to the 50 Cent-produced hit TV show of the same name.

“‘Power’ for me was all about making a new anthem for all the paper chasers around the world,” Shaq explains. “I wanted to create a record that would inspire people to get up and go get it, whether someone is playing this record at their nine-to-five, or wherever they are, this song should be that extra motivation everyone needs”

ShaqIsDope is gearing up to release his self-titled project soon. He previously released “I Want 2 Win” and “King Push.” There isn't a release date for Shaq's upcoming project just yet.

Sports Illustrated recently interviewed ShaqIsDope because of his government name, Shaquille Baptiste. The sports magazine ran a feature interviewing kids who were named after NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal.

Bump "Power" below.

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