Craig Mack passes away aged 46

Craig Mack passes away aged 46

Craig Mack passes away aged 46

"Flava in Ya Ear" rapper Craig Mack has passed away at the age of 46. "But I wanted to rap more than anything, and there were no courses in rap at college". "In this game, man, people don't realize the music industry only has a one percent rate ratio, so sometimes it's very stressful and it brings you only to places that you can go to and should go to, which is God".

Toney visited Mack just last week.

Toney claims that Mack told him he had been ill and that he "knew he wouldn't live long", according to the report.

"He was prepared for whatever comes, to go home to the Lord", Toney said. "He was prepared to do that".

Craig Mack is survived by his wife and two children.

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However, it was Funkmaster Flex's Instagram post that broke the collective heart of fans on social media. Peter Rosenberg wrote, "I am so sad to hear about the passing of Craig Mack".

"Flava in Ya Ear" was produced by Easy Mo Bee who began his career working with Miles Davis.

Mack was born in Trenton, New Jersey, in 1971. Before the Notorious B.I.G.'s Ready to Die became a tipping point for the genre and startup record label, Mack was its anchor. He also released a third album, The Mack World Sessions a year ago. His second studio album did not enjoy the same success as his first album, and the rapper subsequently stepped out of the spotlight and spent the rest of his years following Christ.

Mack eventually left Bad Boy and in 1997 released an album titled "Operation: Get Down". The preacher at Craig's church, Ralph Gordon Stair, was shockingly arrested for criminal sexual conduct, assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping, assault, burglary, and criminal sexual conduct with a minor.

Colleton County corner Richard Harvey confirmed his death to The Associated Press and said it appeared Mack died of natural causes. It was even reported that Mack was part of a unusual cult, though we've heard mixed reports on that one.

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