Craig Mack is an American rapper with a net worth of $600 thousand. Craig Mack worked for his net worth through gaining fame on Sean Combs' record label, Bad Boy Entertainment during the 1990s. Hailing from Brentwood, Long Island, Mack was a teenager then he released his first single under the stage name MC EZ in 1988. His early career did not come to fruition, until he joined forces with Puff Daddy in 1992. Combs gave the young rapper the opportunity of a lifetime: Mack was offered a spot on one of Mary J. Bilge's remix tracks. His outstanding talents led to a contract with Bad Boy Record Label and he soon gained prominence with the remix of his 1994 top ten hit, Flava In Ya Ear featuring East Coast biggest talents, Notorious B.I.G, Rampage, LL Cool JJ and Busta Rhymes. After parting ways with Combs, Mack made a comeback in 1997 under the record label Operation, where his albums failed to hit the charts. After struggling to sustain a contract and producing a few white labels for almost a decade, Mack returned to Bad Boy Records, appearing on Combs' We Invented Remix LP and making plans for future LPs. There have been recent rumours that Mack has joined a religious cult.