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Craig Mack


... read moreThe Brentwood, Long Island, native first achieved notoriety as MC EZ with the 1988 single, “Get Retarded.” Touring with EPMD in the early 1990s, Craig Mack met Sean Combs--then an A&R for Uptown Records--who let him display his abstract rhyme skills on Mary J. Blige’s “You Don’t Have to Worry (Remix),” subsequently signing him to his fledging label. Before the Notorious B.I.G., Bad Boy Records was built on the success of Craig’s 1994 platinum-selling single, “Flava in Ya Ear” (with its B-side remix featuring Biggie, Busta, and LL) and his gold debut LP, PROJECT: FUNK DA WORLD. After breaking with Puff, Mack released his Eric B-produced sophomore LP, which failed to chart, in 1997.

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