Bad Boy Legend Craig Mack Dead At 46

Bad Boy Legend Craig Mack Dead At 46

Bad Boy Legend Craig Mack Dead At 46

The rapper died of heart failure at a hospital close to his home in SC on Monday night.

Rapper Craig Mack, who rose to prominence in the early 1990s and helped jumpstart Diddy's Bad Boy Records label with his 1994 hit, "Flava in Ya Ear", died of heart failure at a hospital near his home in SC on Monday, according to the New York Daily News. Long Island's own. We were proud of Craig when he came out with the little indie song as MC EZ & TROUP.

The hip hop singer, who rose to prominence in the 1990s, died on Monday night of heart failure aged just 46.

A later remix of the hit song featured famed rapper and fellow label mate Notorious B.I.G.

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The single was certified platinum and nominated for a Grammy the following year, while the follow-up single, "Get Down", went gold.

To many, including hip hop mogul and Bad Boy Records founder Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, Mack was a major part of bringing attention back to the East Coast music scene.

After his second album, he largely retreated from the public eye and in 2012 was filmed at a church service denouncing the "wickedness" of his former life.

Mack never matched the track's success.

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Colleton County Coroner Richard Harvey said it appeared Mack died of natural causes.

"Rest in power Craig", LL Cool J responded to the news of Mack's death over Twiter. "We just finishing up his new album..."

DJ Funkmaster Flex, Biz Markie and DJ Scratch were among those paying tribute to the star.

Released nearly 25 years ago in 1994, it 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. "It was something I wanted people to enjoy, but it was cut short because he was very religious and wanted to go to church".

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