In 1994, Craig Mack followed up his newfound fame with his first album, "Project: Funk da World". God bless my friend. He was a good friend of mine.
'Nobody got to understand his story, ' said Toney, who was also working with Mack and DJ Scratch on the documentary.
Alvin confirmed to the Daily News that Craig had been sick for quite a bit of time before he sadly died. He was prepared to do that. "He wasn't scared. He was ready". He returned to music a year ago, releasing the 18-track Mack World Sessions album.
"He was ready." Craig leaves behind a wife and two adult children, according to the producer.
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Mack's 1994 hit single "Flava In Ya Ear" has come to be considered a hip-hop classic, and it also appeared in a recent vehicle commercial as motivational music. While the album was a critical and financial success, it remained overshadowed by the debut album of Mack's "Bad Boy" cohort; Notorious B.I.G.
His track "Flava In Ya Ear" was released in 1994 and reached number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, ultimately being certified platinum for selling over a million copies.
Released nearly 25 years ago in 1994, "Flava In Ya Ear" tore the roof off of Hip Hop thanks to its all-star remix that featured LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, The Notorious B.I.G. and Rampage.
With the spotlight shifting to Biggie, Mack departed Bad Boy.
After a sophomore album in 1997 generated little publicity, Mack faded from the music scene and ultimately retired from rapping.