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Former Bad Boy rapper Craig Mack dead at 46

13 March 2018

Early/mid '90s Bad Boy Records rapper Craig Mack died of heart failure in a hospital near his Walterboro, SC home on Monday (3/12).

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.

The artist upon which Diddy (then Puff Daddy) launched his Bad Boy Records imprint in 1993, the same label that gave us The Notorious B.I.G., Ma$e, Total, Carl Thomas, Faith Evans, 112, Black Rob, G Dep, French Montana, Machine Gun Kelly, and of course Diddy himself, Craig Mack will forever be remembered for his "Flava In Ya Ear" remix.

"God bless my friend".

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Impressed with his contribution, Combs offered him a recording contract and released Mack's smooth, laid-back debut album, Project: Funk da World, in 1994.

Tributes from fellow artists have already started to flow for the star.

"Here comes the brand new flava in ya ear".

Our thoughts are with Craig's loved ones during this time. The film, which did not feature the Long Island, New Yorker, also explored his religious conviction, which was on full display in a clip of Mack that was released in 2016.

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He just reached out a couple of weeks ago for me to speak on his documentary about his life.

Many of those in the hip-hop community are mourning Mack's death by taking to social media on Tuesday. "He wasn't scared. He was ready". "Nobody got to understand his story", Toney told The Daily News. "I wanted the world to know the talent he had". I can not believe this dude is gone.

Speaking of the two on MTV Raps (via the Daily News), he said, "This is my life here".

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Former Bad Boy rapper Craig Mack dead at 46