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No Diggity Lyrics By Blackstreet Songs Album: Another Level Year: 1996 You know what I like the playettes No diggity, no doubt Play on playette, play on p

Blackstreet - No Diggity
Blackstreet - No Diggity


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Album: Another Level
Released: 1996

No Diggity Lyrics


You know what
I like the playettes
No Diggity, no doubt
Play on playette, play on playette
Yo Dre, drop the verse

It's going down, fade to Blackstreet
The homies got RB, collab' creations
Bump like acne, no doubt
I put it down, never slouch
As long as my credit can vouch
A dog couldn't catch me ass out
Tell me who can stop when Dre makin' moves
Attracting honeys like a magnet
Giving 'em eargasms with my mellow accent
Still moving this flavor
With the homies Blackstreet and Teddy
The original rump shakers

Shorty get down, good Lord
Baby got 'em up open all over town
Strictly biz, she don't play around
Cover much ground, got game by the pound
Getting paid is her forte
Each and every day, true player way
I can't get her out of my mind
I think about the girl all the time
East side to the west side
Pushin' phat rides, it's no surprise
She got tricks in the stash
Stacking up the cash
Fast when it comes to the gas
By no means average
She's on when she's got to have it
Baby, you're a perfect ten, I wanna get in
Can I get down, so I can win

[Chorus: x4]
I like the way you work it
No diggity, I got to bag it up, bag it up

She's got class and style
Street knowledge by the pound
Baby never act wild, very low key on the profile
Catchin' feelings is a no
Let me tell you how it goes
Curve's the words, spins the verbs
Lovers it curves so freak what you heard
Rollin' with the phatness
You don't even know what the half is
You gotta pay to play
Just for shorty, bang-bang, to look your way
I like the way you work it
Trumped tight all day, every day
You're blowing my mind, maybe in time
Baby, I can get you in my ride

[Chorus: x4]

Cause that's my peeps and we row G
Flyin' first class from New York City to Blackstreet
What you know about me, not a motherfuckin' thing
Cartier wooded frames sported by my shortie
As for me, icy gleaming pinky diamond ring
We be's the baddest clique up on the scene
Ain't you getting bored with these fake ass broads
I shows and proves, no doubt, I be taking you, so
Please excuse, if I come across rude
That's just me and that's how the playettes got to be
Stay kickin' game with a capital G
Axe the peoples on my block, I'm as real as can be
Word is bond, faking jacks never been my flavor
So, Teddy, pass the word to your nigga Chauncey
I be sitting in car, let's say around 3:30
Queen Pen and Blackstreet, it's no diggity

[Chorus: x4]

Writer/s: RILEY, TEDDY / WITHERS, WILLIAM / VICK III, RICHARD / HANNIBAL, CHAUNCEY / WALTERS, LYNISE / STEWART, WILLIAM
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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No Diggity
  • The title is an expression that can have many uses, but generally means "absolutely" or "for sure." In R&B fashion, the lyrics are a suggestive prelude to sex.
  • The acoustic guitar riff was taken from the Bill Withers song "Grandma's Hands."
  • The raps on this song, in order of appearance, were performed by Dr. Dre, Teddy Riley and Queen Pen. Riley is a very successful producer, and has developed many innovative sounds used by R&B groups in the '80s and '90s.
  • This won the 1997 Grammy for Best R & B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
  • "None of the guys liked 'No Diggity,'" Teddy Riley told Soul Culture. "None of them. They would even say it. That's why I'm singing the first verse. You know how they say they pushed the little one out there to see if it tastes good and see if he would get egged? Well they pushed me out there - and it became a hit. And now they wish they were singing the first verse, so that they can have the notoriety like me. So they trust what I'm saying."
  • Hype Williams directed the music video, which features Blackstreet rapping in front of a beach house and dancers performing on rain-slicked streets. Williams masterminded the video for another of the era's earworms: Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It."

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