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Project: Funk Da World

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Download links and information about Project: Funk Da World by Craig Mack. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 48:55 minutes.

Artist: Craig Mack
Release date: 1994
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 11
Duration: 48:55
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Project: Funk Da World (Album Version) 4:21
2. Get Down (Album Version) 4:26
3. Making Moves with Puff (Album Version) 4:24
4. That Y'all (Album Version) 5:06
5. Flava In Ya Ear (Album Version) 3:37
6. Funk Wit Da Style (Album Version) 4:55
7. Judgement Day (Album Version) 3:49
8. Real Raw (Album Version) 4:00
9. Mainline (Album Version) 4:34
10. When God Comes (Album Version) 4:11
11. Welcome to 1994 (Album Version) 5:32

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The first hit album released on Sean "Puffy" Combs' Bad Boy label, Craig Mack's Project: Funk da World lacks the hardcore edge of Bad Boy's next breakout artist, the Notorious B.I.G., instead gunning for the dancefloor with a slight hint of street attitude. The beats are laid-back, mid-tempo, and effortlessly funky, influenced by the vibe of Dr. Dre's G-funk sound but not slavishly derivative at all. Mack isn't the most skillful rapper who ever lived, but he's game on most of these tracks, with a low, raspy voice and a loose, casual style that's hard to resist when he's on. When he isn't, he strays a little too far off the beat, or lacks enough variety in his flow and surprises in his rhymes to hold the listener's interest. But he's good enough to work a groove, and sometimes that's all you need for a great dance record. The formula gets repetitive over the course of an entire album, especially on the tracks with too many choruses, but there are some definite high points, most notably the smash "Flava in Ya Ear," "Get Down," and "Funk Wit da Style." There's also a clever sample of the Days of Our Lives theme song on "Real Raw." In the end, Project: Funk da World isn't a bad party record at all, though it's less engaging as a self-contained listen.