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Get In Where You Fit In


Download links and information about Get In Where You Fit In by Too$ Hort. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:05:38 minutes.

Artist: Too$ Hort
Release date: 1990
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:05:38
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No. Title Length
1. Don't Fight the Intro 2:47
2. I'm a Player (Street Version) 6:01
3. Just Another Day 7:21
4. Gotta Get Some Lovin' 5:47
5. Money In the Ghetto 5:43
6. B*****b Betty 5:26
7. All My Bitches Are Gone (feat. Ant Banks) 5:37
8. The Dangerous Crew (feat. Spice 1, Ant Banks, Mhisani, and Pee Wee) 4:30
9. Playboy $hort 4:49
10. Way Too Real 5:42
11. It's All Good 6:02
12. Oakland Style (feat. FM Blue) 5:53



Get In Where You Fit In In has a celebratory air about it, and not without reason. With ten years under his belt as a recording artist, Too $hort was already one of hip-hop’s longest-running and most consistent institutions. His 1993 album is essential in part because it’s his first with a live band. Shorty B, Pee Wee and Sean G were a team of rappers-turned-musicians who had already played on albums for Digital Underground, Raw Fusion and 2Pac. Not only did they have an affinity for Too $hort’s style, but they delivered the live funk he craved. The musicians’ presence can be felt immediately on “I’m a Player,” the album’s baddest, sleekest gangster strut. Get In Where You Fit In utilizes a number of well-known song sources —“Gotta Get Some Lovin’” borrows from the Fatback Band’s “Love Spell,” “I’m a Player” from Bootsy Collins’ “Hollywood Squares,” “Money In the Ghetto” from Kool & The Gang’s “Hollywood Swinging” — but Too $hort’s team of producers and musicians invest the old songs with newfound force.