No Diggity: The Very Best of Blackstreet

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No Diggity: The Very Best of Blackstreet
Greatest hits album by Blackstreet
Released June 10, 2003
Recorded 1993-1999
Genre R&B, new jack swing, soul
Label Interscope
Producer Teddy Riley (executive)
Blackstreet chronology
Level II
(2003)
No Diggity: The Very Best of Blackstreet
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide 4/5 stars[2]

No Diggity: The Very Best of Blackstreet is a greatest hits compilation by R&B group Blackstreet released on June 10, 2003. It features songs from their time with Interscope Records, but the album does not contain two of their biggest hits, "Take Me There" with Mýa, Mase, & Blinky Blink from The Rugrats Movie soundtrack and the remix to "I Get Lonely" by Janet Jackson.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Baby Be Mine"   5:52
2. "Booti Call"   4:17
3. "Before I Let You Go"   5:01
4. "Joy (New Carnegie Mix)"   4:03
5. "Falling in Love Again"   4:34
6. "Tonight's the Night"   4:19
7. "No Diggity" (featuring Dr. Dre) 5:05
8. "Billie Jean"   5:39
9. "Never Gonna Let You Go"   5:00
10. "Don't Leave Me"   5:10
11. "I Can't Get You (Out of My Mind)"   4:50
12. "Fix"   4:05
13. "(Money Can't) Buy Me Love"   3:29
14. "Coming Home to You"   4:48
15. "Get Me Home" (Foxy Brown featuring Blackstreet) 3:49
16. "Girlfriend/Boyfriend" (featuring Janet Jackson, Ja Rule & Eve) 4:03
17. "The Lord Is Real (Time Will Reveal)"   4:13

Notes[edit]

  • Tracks 1-6 are from the album Blackstreet
  • Tracks 7, 9-13 and 17 are from the album Another Level
  • Tracks 16 are from the album Finally
  • Track 8 originally appeared as a remix on the "No Diggity" single and was referred to as "No Diggity (Billie Jean Remix)".
  • Track 14 originally appeared on the soundtrack to the 1996 Spike Lee film Get On The Bus, and later on the soundtrack to the 1997 film Steel
  • Track 15 is from Foxy Brown's album Ill Na Na.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Brackett, Nathan; Christian Hoard (2004). The Rolling Stone Album Guide. New York City, New York: Simon and Schuster. p. 80. ISBN 0-7432-0169-8.