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Craig Mack

Craig Mack (born May 10, 1971) is a rapper hailing from Long Island, New York who achieved fame in the mid 90's on Puff Daddy's Bad Boy Records. He released "Project: Funk da World" in 1994, which was met with much commercial success based on the single "Flava in Ya Ear." His popularity soon declined due to fellow Bad Boy record mate, The Notorious B.I.G., and the monstrous success of his debut, "Ready to Die", overshadowing his popularity. He then left Bad Boy in 1996, and released "Operation: Get Down" in June of 1997 on the independent Street Life label. Due to the release being on an i ...read more

Craig Mack (born May 10, 1971) is a rapper hailing from Long Island, New York who achieved fame in the mid 90's on Puff Daddy's Bad Boy Records. He released "Project: Funk da World" in 1994, which was met with much commercial success based on the single "Flava in Ya Ear." His popularity soon declined due to fellow Bad Boy record mate, The Notorious B.I.G., and the monstrous success of his debut, "Ready to Die", overshadowing his popularity. He then left Bad Boy in 1996, and released "Operation: Get Down" in June of 1997 on the independent Street Life label. Due to the release being on an independent label, the album was met with only lukewarm sales, and critical reception to the album was mixed. Shortly after the album's release, Mack then vanished from the music scene. In 2012, he temporarily returned with the release of his online mixtape "Operation Why2K?", only to soon disappear once more, apparently due to religious ties to the controversial group Overcomer Ministry Community. « hide

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Operation: Get Down
1997

3.3
2 Votes
Project: Funk da World
1994

3.7
9 Votes

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