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Craig Mack - 'Hip-Hop Life' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Producer:Hot Runner
Label:MackWorld Entertainment
Date added:10/5/2006
Song time:3:42
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Name: pele won (Posted: 11/30/2006 8:26:00 PM)
Summary: More Flava In Ya Ear...
Comment: The Flava Flav's ass.
Name: Ice Gorilla (Posted: 10/16/2006 2:11:00 PM)
Comment: Craig Mack has at least partly lived the "hip-hop" life he claims to love so much on "Hip-Hop Life". He dropped Bad Boyís first record "Flava In Ya Ear" in 1994, broke Biggie Smalls on the remix of the title track, and then promptly fell off the face of the Earth. "Hip-Hop Life" is his attempt at a solo comeback and itís Ö okay. The beat, by newcomer Hot Runner, is a standard bouncy club track, pushed up a notch by the catchy keyboard stab and Craig Mackís off-key crooning of the chorus. Mackís everyman cadence shows a glimmer of the promise he once held. The trite lyrical content of the song is itís biggest downfall, and paints the clearest picture of why B.I.G. became the rap legend and Craig Mack just disappeared.

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