Basketball star-rapper Shaquille O'Neal forms record label

January 1997
Jet;01/13/97, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p49
Reports Los Angeles Lakers star center Shaquille O'Neal formed his own record label, T.W.is.M. (The World Is Mine) Records. Trauma Records to distribute the label; O'Neal's music recording `You Can't Stop the Reign' as the first release for the new company.


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