Shaq Attack: Shaquille O'Neal's 10 Best Music Moments

Earlier this week, lovable basketball big man Shaquille O'Neal announced his retirement after 19 seasons and four NBA championships. Although Shaq's career will undoubtedly be remembered for his dominating defense, powerful dunks and iffy free-throw shooting, Diesel has also been involved with a slew of entertaining music endeavors that showed his softer (and goofier) side.

Whether dancing with Justin Bieber, conducting an historic orchestra, dissing former teammate Kobe Bryant or rapping about being a magical genie, Shaq has given us nearly two decades' worth of unforgettable moments off the court. Check out 10 of our favorites, and tell us which ones you'll remember most.

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"What's Up Doc? (Can We Rock)"

Fu-Schnickens feat. Shaq

If you were a child of the '90s and a hip-hop-fan, chances are you owned a cassette single of the Fu-Schnickens' Top 40 jam and can shout several of its lines -- "Dunna dunna, Batman!" or "Brrp, stick'em, hahaha, stick'em" -- on cue. The most memorable rhymes, though, come courtesy of the group's featured guest, a then-rookie NBA star Shaquille O'Neal: "I'm the hooper, the hyper, protected by Viper/When I rock the hoop yo, you'd better decipher...That's OK, not being bragadocious/Supercalifragalistic, Shaq is alidocious!"

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