Big Shaq has returned with new track ‘Man Don’t Dance’. Check it out in full below.
The track is the latest effort from London comedian Michael Dapaah and acts as an unofficial sequel to 2017’s ‘Man’s Not Hot’, which became a huge viral hit across the globe.
Check out the track in full below.
Since the success of ‘Man’s Not Hot’, Big Shaq has become a familiar presence both on TV and online – bagging an NME Award nomination for ‘Hero Of The Year’ in 2018.
He also spoke to NME about his hope of collaborating with Noel Gallagher, after the former Oasis guitarist admitted that he was a big fan of the rapper.
“Noel Gallagher, he’s a legend,” Shaq told NME. “One legend’s approval of what you’re doing is nice – but you know, let’s wait and see what’s going to happen.”
Asked about the likelihood of the pair working together, he replied: “Who knows? Who bloody knows mate?”
Rather bizarrely, Shaq also became the face of Lynx earlier this year – receiving a talking can that plays his track every time it is sprayed.
Shaq’s fame was initially cemented by an appearance on Charlie Sloth’s ‘Fire In The Booth’ session on 1Xtra, and he gained a fan in Jeremy Corbyn, who referenced him at last year’s Labour party conference.
He gave an alternative Queen’s speech last Christmas, and even teamed up with Jack Whitehall at this year’s BRIT Awards, performing ‘Man’s Not Hot’ at the O2 Arena in London.