Blackstreet is an R&B group that was founded in 1991 in New York City. Blackstreet currently consists of Chauncey Hannibal, Mark Middleton, Eric Williams and Levi Little. The group was formed after record producer Teddy Riley decided to start his own music group. Riley left the group in 2003 to focus on his solo career. Blackstreet released their eponymous debut album in June 1994. The album would receive mostly positive reviews from the music critics, which would help the album reach number 52 on the US charts. The album would also peak at number 7 on the R&B charts. "Blackstreet" has earned platinum sales certification after selling more than 1 million copies. Blackstreet would hit the peak of their career after releasing "Another Level" in September 1996 to widespread critical acclaim. "Another Level" was able to peak at number 3 on the United States charts. The album would also go on to hit the charts in 11 other countries. "Another Level" has sold over 4 million copies in the United States to reach 4X platinum sales certification. "Another Level" also delivered Blackstreet their only number 1 single with the ever-popular song "No Diggity". After spending time touring the world with New Edition, Blackstreet would release their third album, "Finally", in March 1999. Despite an increased budget and several high profile guests, "Finally" would only hit number 9 on the US music charts. After several personnel changes, Blackstreet would release their fourth album, "Level II", in March 2003. The album would receive mixed reviews, and it would only manage to hit number 14 on the US music charts, though it delighted devote fans. Blackstreet disbanded shortly after the release of "Level II," but there is talks of a reunion on the horizon.