Back in the early part of 1994, Sean Combs was just an upstart, wannabe label impresario who’d recently cut ties with Andre Harrell and Uptown Records after helping develop some of that label’s biggest stars. Thanks to Craig Mack, Puff Daddy soon became a household name (along with P. Diddy, Diddy, Brother Love, and Love) after Mack’s “Flava In Ya Ear” produced the Bad Boy Records’ first bonafide hit.
Craig Mack, you were the first artist to release music on Bad Boy and gave us our first hit. You always followed your heart and you had an energy that was out of this world. You believed in me and you believed in Bad Boy. I will…
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