Referencing the lyrics of Flava In Ya Ear, he added: "May he kick that ol' robotic, futuristic, George Jetson insane [expletive] in the infinite". The song would go to #1 on the Billboard Rap Charts, and climb to #9 on the publication's Hot 100 Singles chart.
The coroner in Colleton County says the 46-year-old Mack died at his home in Walterboro on Monday evening.
Graig, the Long Island rapper, who was hailed as the starting foundation of Diddy's Bad Boy Entertainment, died at age 46. He was like, 'You know what I'm gonna trade you a record deal if you get down on Mary J.'s ["You Don't Have To Worry (Remix)"].
Craig Mack, the '90s rap star who helped put Diddy's Bad Boy Records on the map, died at his home in SC of natural causes. The ensuing remix featured a scorching verse from Notorious B.I.G. and introduced many to a young Busta Rhymes.
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Craig Mack in New York City, 2004. Propelled by the hit, Mack released his debut album, Project Funk da World, in September, 1994 - another track from the record, "Get Down" also received gold certification, along with the album itself.
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.
In January, Craig Mack appeared as a guest on Erick Sermon's single "Come Thru" alongside Mr. Cheeks of The Lost Boyz.
"He was prepared for whatever comes, to go home to the Lord", Toney added. He was prepared to do that. "We have somebody who usedto be Craig Mack - and he didn't join [our church], God joined him".
Mack is survived by a wife and two children, both adults, Toney said.