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Monday, March 15, 2010


Mark Curry is an Atlanta-based entertainer who was signed to the Bad Boy Entertainment record label from 1997 until 2005. He wrote most of Diddy’s first hit singles, including “Come With Me” from the 1998 Godzilla soundtrack featuring Led Zeppelin.

Curry made his debut in 1999 on “Forever,” which went platinum, and was also a major player on Diddy’s 2001 album, “Bad Boy for Life,” which nominated in the 2002 Grammy Awards for “Best Rap Song of the Year.” He has toured with Britney Spears, N.Y.S.N.C, and Jay-Z and made special appearance performances on BET, MTV, “David Letterman,” “Good Morning America,” “Soul Train,” and “Showtime at the Apollo.” He wrote many of the hits that made Sean “Puffy” Combs one of the richest men alive.

Mark Curry, is a former member of Sean "Diddy" Combs label Bad Boy Records. He is known for his innovative style of rapping by rhyming almost every last word on each line in his verses. As well as being a rapper he has also produced many songs for rappers such as Ali Vegas, LL Cool J and various Bad Boy artists as well. His first appearances were as a featured rapper on other artists songs, most notably "Gangsta Shit" on Diddy's (then Puff Daddy) second album Forever along with Lil' Kim, and "Dangerous MC's" along with Snoop Dogg and Busta Rhymes on The Notorious B.I.G. second posthumous release Born Again respectively. He has appeared on many other tracks in his Bad Boy career including the track he is most well known for "Bad Boy For Life" along with Black Rob in 2001 on the P. Diddy album The Saga Continues... which reached #33 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and #13 in the UK top 40 respectively, this is also where his career peaked.

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