R.I.P. Bad Boy Records Rapper Craig Mack

R.I.P. Bad Boy Records Rapper Craig Mack
Rapper Craig Mack has died at the age of 46. He passed away at his home in South Carolina last night (March 12), and the county coroner has said that it appears he died of natural causes.

UPDATE (3/13, 4:10 p.m. EDT): According to close friend Erick Sermon, Mack died of congestive heart failure, TMZ reports.
Mack was best known for his 1994 hit "Flava in Ya Ear." A remix of that track featured one of the Notorious B.I.G.'s first major guest spots, as well as an early solo performance by Busta Rhymes.
Mack was the first artist signed to Diddy's Bad Boy Records, releasing his debut album in 1994. Although his subsequent releases weren't on that label, he did make a guest appearance in Diddy's 2002 "I Need a Girl (Part One)" video.
Mack's third and final studio album arrived last year with the digital release of The Mack World Sessions.
See a selection of social media tributes to the late rapper below.

Rest In Peace! Good brother... #CraigMack .... Alvin Toney love my brother...

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