Producer: Teddy Riley, William “Skylz” Stewart
Album: Another Level
Label: Interscope

In 1996, there was no way Blackstreet, Dr. Dre, Teddy Riley, and Queen Pen on the same song together wouldn't be a hit. The hypnotizing sample of Bill Withers' "Grandma's Hands" was a perfect foundation for the slick Riley production, and the success of the single held Dre's career afloat for the year. "No Diggity" went platinum in no time and won the 1998 Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. But Blackstreet's success was short lived after the success of their album, Another Level, because shortly thereafter they teamed up with Ma$e and Mya for a cut off of the Rugrats soundtrack and broke up two years later. Still, we'll always have diggity.—Lauren Nostro