"Diggin' on You" is a song by American R&B female group TLC, taken from their second studio album, CrazySexyCool (1994). "Diggin' on You" was written and produced by Babyface. It was chosen to be the fourth and final single from the album and it was released on September 25, 1995. The song peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 becoming the group's seventh top 10 single, and fourth from the same album. It also peaked at #7 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Elsewhere, it reached the top-ten in Australia and New Zealand, top-twenty in the UK, while it reached the top-forty in many other countries. The music video for the song contains "L.A.'s Live Remix" instead of the album version, and was filmed at a concert. The song's instrumental can be heard in the 2006 film, Dreamgirls.
"Diggin' on You" was written and produced by Babyface. It is a smooth, seductive contemporary R&B song, powered by new jack and hip-hop beats. The song released as fourth and final single from CrazySexyCool, following the big hit "Waterfalls". The CD Single was released on September 25, 1995, and it includes 3 tracks: the album version and the "L.A.'s Live Remix" of "Diggin' on You" and the cover of Tony Rich's hit "Nobody Knows", made as a duet with Rich himself.
In Oceania, the song was a success, reaching the top-ten. In Australia, the song debuted at number 36 on January 21, 1996, while in its fifth week it entered the top-ten at number 9. The song peaked at number 6, on the ARIA Chart week of March 10, 1996. In New Zealand, the song debuted and peaked at number 8, on the New Zealand Singles Chart week of November 26, 1995. Later, it fell to number 9, remaining for two weeks at that position, before climbing to number 8 again, on December 17, 1995.
In Europe, the song reached the top-twenty in some countries and top-forty in others. In the UK, "Diggin' on You" peaked at number 18, tying up with the position of "Red Light Special", and only staying behind of "Waterfalls". In Ireland, the song peaked at number 21, on November 2, 1995. In Netherlands, the song debuted at number 43, on November 18, 1995, and peaked at number 32, on December 2, 1995.