1990s Rap & Hip Hop In-Person Autograph Album /w Craig Mack & Trick Daddy JSA LOA

Offered is a photo album scrapbook from the 1990s that was compiled by a woman who was either a groupie or personal friends with several hip hop and rap artsts. The book has personal notes apparently signed by TRICK DADDY, Case, Whodini, Craig Mack, 112, Mack Daddy and others along with an appearance itinerary of the Group GENUWINE from 1999. Also a personal 2 page note from author Omar Tyree. This album is a great keepsake for anyone that enjoys the rap music of the late 90s.

The 2 biggest names in the book are:

Trick Daddy is best known for his 2003 single "Let's Go" (featuring Twista and Lil Jon) which peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100. The album of which it preceded, Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets (2004) peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 albums chart; both releases remain his most successful recordings to date.

Craig Mack was an American rapper who gained prominence in the early 1990s. He was born on May 10, 1971, in The Bronx, New York, and raised in Brentwood, Long Island. Mack's breakthrough came with his association with Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs and Bad Boy Records.

In 1994, Craig Mack released his debut album, "Project: Funk da World," which featured the hit single "Flava in Ya Ear." The song became a major success and is considered one of the classic tracks of the 1990s hip-hop era. The remix of "Flava in Ya Ear" featured verses from The Notorious B.I.G., Rampage, LL Cool J, and Busta Rhymes, further boosting its popularity.

Despite the success of his debut album, Craig Mack's career didn't reach the same heights as some of his contemporaries. He left Bad Boy Records and signed with Street Life, releasing his second album, "Operation: Get Down," in 1997. However, the album did not achieve the same level of success as his debut.

After the release of his second album, Craig Mack largely stepped away from the mainstream music scene. He became associated with religious groups and focused on his faith. In 2012, a video surfaced showing Craig Mack as a part of a religious group called Overcomer Ministry, led by preacher Ralph Gordon Stair.

Tragically, Craig Mack passed away on March 12, 2018, at the age of 46. The cause of death was heart failure, reportedly related to natural causes. His death marked the loss of a hip-hop pioneer who played a significant role in the genre's early years, leaving behind a legacy through his contributions to the culture and the memorable hit "Flava in Ya Ear."

His autograph is exceedingly rare because once he left the music industry, he was basically M.I.A.

We’ve kept the album intact, but all of the autographs and photos are easy to remove.

FULL LOA from JSA for the Craig Mack autograph

Item: 13314

Price: $1,495.00
1990s Rap & Hip Hop In-Person Autograph Album /w Craig Mack & Trick Daddy JSA LOA