Prepare for excitement and brace yourselves for a thrilling revelation. Shaquille O’Neal with Coyote is poised to make waves in the music industry once more. Shaq has made a much-anticipated reentry into the hip-hop scene this year. And the excitement doesn’t stop there – he’s already gearing up for something brand new. Diesel, renowned for his collaborations with prominent figures such as Jay-Z, DJ Quik, Mobb Deep, and Fat Joe, is teaming up with emerging and trendsetting artists.
Shaq Teams Up with Coyote for a Fresh Release
Brothers Guapo Cortés and Ricky Blanco, who donned distinctive animal masks in 2020 and released the talked-about video, “F**k The Wall,” have created a notable presence with their unique blend of satire and hip-hop, all while representing Los Angeles’ Mexican-American culture. Their recent appearance on The KDAY Morning Show delved into their plans for the future, including tantalizing hints about their upcoming projects.
The name “Coyote” holds profound significance within Mexican-American culture, and the brothers aim to showcase this cultural essence through their music.
While Coyote has previously collaborated with The Game and Blueface, this new project Shaquille O’Neal with Coyote O’Neal stands as a true highlight. The partnership between both is shrouded in mystery, with details of their project still undisclosed. During their appearance on the KDAY Morning Show, the brothers revealed their plans to shoot a music video with the iconic Los Angeles Lakers legend.
“We don’t want it to be a super-massive public event,” they responded but were willing to make a few exceptions. “We don’t want Shaq to feel uncomfortable either so…”
Shaquille O’Neal with Coyote Latest Collaborative Endeavor
While DJ Diesel has been actively performing at various events, it has been some time since he released new music. This changed in April 2023 when
Shaquille O’Neal with Coyote unveiled his rap track, “Th*****s Hit the Floor.”
Coyote surprised fans by introducing a third member to their group, known as the “Yote,” through their official social media channels. “Our aim is to bring Shaq back to the Lakers.”