|The Stash Spot|
|Studio album by|
|Released||March 23, 2010|
|Label|| Outlaw Recordz |
1 Nation Entertainment
The Stash Spot is a digital album by rapper EDIDON of Outlawz, It was released on March 23, 2010.
|2.||"Legends in tha Game" (featuring Young Noble & Hussein Fatal)||3:50|
|3.||"Bad Mutha" (featuring Cezus Walks, Kastro & Stormey Coleman)||3:50|
|4.||"She Don't Luv Me" (featuring Man Up & Young Noble)||4:26|
|5.||"No Where 2 Run" (featuring stic.man, Stormey Coleman & T-Mo)||EDIDON||3:18|
|6.||"G'z Up" (featuring Stormey Coleman, Young Noble & Zack)||4:43|
|7.||"Still Ridin'" (featuring Kastro, Young Noble, 8Ball & T-Mo)||3:59|
|8.||"Anyway" (featuring Kastro & T.I.)||Jazze Pha||3:40|
|9.||"Wonder Why?" (featuring Dirty Bert, Kastro, Napoleon & Young Noble)||Quimmy Quim||5:40|
|10.||"Swear to God" (featuring Petey Pablo, Young Noble & Kastro)||3:36|
|11.||"Attitude" (featuring Young Noble, Stormey Coleman & YoungBloodz)||Sean P.||4:35|
|12.||"Betta Get It" (featuring Young Noble, Trick Daddy, Stormey Coleman & Kastro)||4:45|
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