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Can't Stay Away


Download links and information about Can't Stay Away by Too$ Hort. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:16:00 minutes.

Artist: Too$ Hort
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:16:00
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No. Title Length
1. Can't Stay Away 4:28
2. Ain't No Bitches 4:53
3. Don't Stop Rappin' (feat. Eightball & MJG) (featuring Eightball & M. J. G.) 5:51
4. Here We Go (feat. Jay-Z & Jermaine Dupri) (featuring Jermaine Dupri) 4:39
5. More Freaky Tales 5:09
6. You Might Get G'eed (feat. Daz, E-40 & Soopa Fly) (featuring Daz) 5:22
7. Good Life 3:55
8. Longevity (feat. Scarface) (featuring Scarface) 4:00
9. How Does It Feel (feat. D'Wayne Wiggins) (featuring Dwayne Wiggins) 4:31
10. What Happened to the Groupies (feat. B-Legit) (featuring B - Legit) 5:35
11. Invasion of the Flat Booty Bitches 4:26
12. Can't Stay Away (Outro) 1:33
13. It's About That Money (feat. Puff Daddy) (featuring Puff Daddy) 4:46
14. Nation Riders (with G-Side, Murda One, Playa Playa & Slink Capone) (featuring Murda One, Slink Capone) 4:44
15. G-2000 (with Al Block, Badwayz, Hellkilla & Zu) (featuring Badwayz, Al Block, Zu) 4:35
16. Don't Trust Her (with Badwayz) (featuring Badwayz) 4:37
17. At the Studio (with Quint Black) (featuring Quint Black) 2:56



After a hiatus following the 1996 release of his 10th album Gettin’ It, Too Short was coaxed out of retirement for the plainly titled 1999 LP Can’t Stay Away. The album functions less as a comeback and more as a celebration of Short’s legacy. As reflected in the diverse guest list — the longest of his career — Short’s influence has touched all three major rap regions. Here he corrals legends from New York (Jay-Z, Puff Daddy), the Dirty South (Scarface, Eightball & MJG) and L.A. (Daz, Soopafly), not to mention his home turf, the Bay Area (E-40, B-Legit). The production roster is equally diverse, bringing together Jazzy Pha, Diamond D, and Erick Sermon, in addition to Short’s in-house homeboy Ant Banks. What makes Can’t Stay Away extraordinary is that Short excels in every setting. The smoked-out funk of “Don’t Stop Rappin’,” the rock solid boom-bap of “Invasion of the Flat Booty B*****s,” the G-funk of “You Might Get G’eed”— Short fits on everything, or rather, he makes everything fit him. Regardless of the style, the beats always contain some seed of Short’s signature bass-centric funk.