Blackstreet

R&B Group With its ever-changing line-up, Blackstreet is best known for its 1996 dance smash “No Diggity.” The brainchild of Chauncey Hannibal and Teddy Riley (the inventor of new jack swing who was a member of Guy), the R&B quartet found platinum success with the release of their self-titled debut LP. However, it was the group’s sophomore LP Another Level in 1996 that broke them through the pop stratosphere, selling four million copies. Members came and went, though one in particular, Dave Hollister, would go on to have a solid—albeit brief—solo career.

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Band mates who've dueled each other for name rights.

Groove Me: Teddy Riley's Career Highlights

Celebrating 20 years of Blackstreet with a look at the musical legacy of the King of New Jack Swing.

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The rap origins of "bootylicious," "YOLO," "crunk" and more.

20 Years Later: The Most Influential Albums of 1994

A look back at the most memorable albums from two decades ago.

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Despite drama, singer says he’d connect with old group. (3/4/2014)
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