In 1994-1995 Bad Boy Entertainment released two artists that would change the game forever. Craig Mack and Notorious B.I.G.!
Craig Mack’s story began in 1988 when he was part of a group called Mc EZ and Troup. The Craig Mack story is just as important, or may actually be more important, than Notorious B.I.G’s; it all depends on your perception.
One thing is clear, if it wasn’t for the song “Flava In Ya Ear”, Bad Boy Entertainment beginnings may have been a whole lot different. “The Route Back 2 Hip hop’s” douc-series is an attempt to give you a new perspective on the legacy of Bad Boy Entertainment, Notorious B.I.G. and Sean “P. Diddy” Combs and how their success and relationships intertwined.
“Crazy Like That Glue” will give you a true understanding of how Craig Mack’s rise to fame and success was ultimately the same attributes that caused his downfall.
Most people are familiar with the Notorious B.I.G and Sean P-Diddy Combs place in Hip-hop.. But when you think about it… there was also Craig Mack right beside them both.. The rapper from Brentwood Long Island with the distinctive voice and the exaggerated “Boooyeeee” adlibs that had everyone Boppin there head.
“Craig Mack” almost single handedly put the spark into Bad Boy entertainment with his hit single “Flava in ya ear”. How could someone so impactful to a era in Hip-hop be so forgotten of his importance? Was it on purpose?
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ARTICLE: James Billings
IMAGE: Craig Mack