R&B crooner Barry White, best known for such sex-drenched tunes as "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe," "I'm Gonna Love You, Just a Little More Baby" and "Love's Theme," died Friday. He was 58. The soul legend — who was in poor health for years — suffered a stroke in September and had been hospitalized ever since. Despite a career that spanned four decades, White picked up his first two Grammys in 1999 for his final studio album, Staying Power.