Craig Mack Still Raps, But Only In Church
If you were alive and vibing in 1994, Craig Mack was in heavy rotation. The Bad Boy Records staple may have lived out his career under the inescapable shadow of labelmate and legend, The Notorious B.I.G., but remains highly regarded as one of the game’s best of the era, hands down. But the the world hasn’t seen or heard from Mack since he virtually vanished from the industry after the release of his 2006 single “Mack Tonight.” Rumor had it that Mack’s life was now one of worship and praise, echoing the sentiments of his Project: Funk Da World cut “When God Comes.”
In recent days, a video of Craig Mack taking to the pulpit to spit some divinely-inspired rhymes has surfaced, providing a rare glimpse of the former Bad Boy in his new life of service. So for those wondering where Mack’s been all these years, it appears we finally have our answer. Watch as Craig Mack drops bars for Jesus in the video clip below and hope that with rap’s recent turn towards the holy, that Mack realizes he’s got angle back into the industry if he ever wanted it.