Legendary 90’s hip hop rapper Craig Mack passes away at age 46.
Craig Mack has been a big time veteran in hip hop, changing the game in countless ways through his music. He was signed under Diddy’s Bad Boy Records back in the 90’s, who had a few hits under his belt.
According to reports, Mack died yesterday due to a heart failure at a hospital near his home in South Carolina. His mainstream album Project Funk da World did big numbers on the charts, with his biggest hit to date “Flava In Ya Ear” which was later remixed with Biggie, LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, and Rampage.
Juicy J, Freddie Gibbs, Joe Budden, DJ Scratch, Statik Selektah, and a bunch more hip hop artists all took to social media to show their condolences. Rest in peace to Craig Mack, a lyrical engine a influencer in hip hop.
RIP Craig Mack THE LEGEND 🙏🏿
— juicy j (@therealjuicyj) March 13, 2018
RIP Craig Mack.
— Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) March 13, 2018