Grammy Nominated Musician from the 1990s Passes Away at Only 46-Years-Old

March 13, 2018Mar 13, 2018

A music star from the 1990s has sadly just passed away. Craig Mack was only 46-years-old when he died on Monday in South Carolina.

Even though he was so young, reports are stating that he died of natural causes. At this time, no further details have come in about the cause of his death. Please join us in praying for all of his family and friends as they go through this tragedy.

Mack was best known for his rapping skills. His hit song "Flava in Ya Ear" was nominated for a Grammy in the best rap solo performance category.

Mack was originally from Long Island, New York. His career progressed when he signed under Diddy's Bad Boy Entertainment label in the early 90s.

One of his last big hits came in 1997 when he released his album "Operation: Get Down." In recent years, Mack had stepped away from the rap game and turned toward God. It was reported that he had been devoting his life to religion and a documentary about his story in recent years.

Fans and other musicians took to social media to pay tribute to Mack.

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