BLACKstreet has also collaborated with Jay-Z on his single "The City is Mine".
The debut single from their third album, "Girlfriend/Boyfriend", a collaboration with Janet Jackson featuring Ja Rule and Eve -- BLACKstreet finally had a top ten album with Finally. But personnel shifts wrecked the group and contributed to the relative failure of Finally (1999 in music) and BLACKstreet soon broke up. After rumors of legal action and a preemptive countersuit, the group re-banded and released Level II in 2003 (see 2003 in music).
In 2006 the group was a part of the New Jack Reunion Tour with Teddy Riley, Mark Middleton, Eric Williams, and new member J-Stylz who replaced Chauncey Hannibal who left the group to sign with Busta Rhymes label Flipmode Records as a solo artist.
The group will release a new album sometime in 2008 following a press release by Manager Sarve "SIREN" Jassal.
|1996||Another Level||3||47||14||RIAA: 4x Platinum|
CRIA: 2x Platinum
|2003|| Level II||14||-||-||RIAA:|
|2008||Back 2 Da BLACKstreets||-||-||-|
|1993||"Baby Be Mine"||113||17||–||Blackstreet|
|"Before I Let You Go"||7||2||–|
|1995||"Tonight's The Night"||80||27||–|
|1996||"No Diggity"||1||1||–||Another Level|
|1997||"Never Gonna Let You Go" A||-||15||–|
|"The Lord Is Real (Time Will Reveal)" A||-||68||–|
|"Don't Leave Me" A||12||1||–|
|1998||"I Can't Get You (Outta My Mind)" (featuring Lamenga Kafi and Beverly Crowder) A||-||54||–|
|1999||"Take Me There" (featuring Mya, Mase, and Blinky Blink)||14||10||–||Finally|
|"Think About You"||-||51||–|
|2002||"Wizzy Wow" (featuring Mystikal)||–||108||–||Level II|
A Did not chart on the Hot 100 or Hot R&B/Hip-Hop charts (Billboard rules at the time prevented album cuts from charting). Chart peak listed here represents Hot 100 Airplay and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay charts data.