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Operation: Get Down

Craig Mack

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Album Review

Rap audiences can be a fickle lot. In 1994, Craig Mack was riding high on the success of his debut album, Project: Funk da World, and a hit single, "Flava in Ya Ear." Three years later, his Operation: Get Down follow-up would have more appropriately titled Operation: Fell Off. So what happened? Two things: First, Mack was backed by a rising Sean "Puffy" Combs on his debut, a relationship that was strained by the meteoric rise of the Notorious B.I.G. — who incidentally had his debut on the ear-popping remix of "Flava in Ya Ear." Second, three years is a looong time in the pop world. If Operation: Get Down had appeared sooner, it's possible that "Drugs, Guns and Thugs" could have broken out as a single and Mack would never have had to write "Jockin' My Style" — a song attacking all the MCs who had taken on his style during the long absence.

Customer Reviews

RaYne Man I LIKE!!!

LOL I got to give you props Wanksta Gangsta aka the Rayne-Man (Which I like Rayne-Man best), but for completely posting on here in no relation to this album, but just using iTunes & especially using Craig Mack's worse album ever to post something totally off topic LOL LOL LOL CLASSIC!!! GOD BLESS AMERICA LOL LOL LOL!!! Only a real dude could just ignore this album & talk about something more important like new names or The new season of First 48 comes on tonight on A&E lol. PS-This album is garbage LOL!!!

Craig mack ...

this is a lot better than what we have to hear nowadays ... i would give it 3 stars but every else gave it a 1 - so i'll try and even it out !

bad boy

craig mack is hip hop and what hip hop should be. everyone in the bad boy family is hip hop and will always be hiphop. not that young joc and soulja boy crap. the album is good but could be better.

Biography

Born: May 10, 1971 in Brentwood, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

An above-average rapper blessed with a bit of luck and connections as well as talent, Craig Mack practically made Puff Daddy's Bad Boy label with a remix of his 1994 hit "Flava in Ya Ear." Based in Brentwood, Long Island, Mack cut his first single while still a teenager, though nothing came of it. He was working as a go-fer for hometown heroes EPMD when he hooked up with Sean "Puffy" Combs, who offered him a spot on a Mary J. Blige remix in 1992. Impressed, Combs offered him a contract on his Bad...
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