In recent seasons, the Milwaukee Bucks have treated fans to halftime entertainment that takes them back to the ’90s. Past “Flashback Friday” performers include Vanilla Ice, Coolio, Naughty By Nature, and Warren G. The team has already called upon Montell Jordan and Tone Lōc this season, but the Bucks saved the best act of 2016-17 for the final Friday home game of the year. On Friday, March 31, motherfucking Blackstreet will be the halftime entertainment when the Bucks host the Pistons at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

Since the R&B group’s formation in 1991, Blackstreet has sold millions of records, won a Grammy, and had a song featured on The Rugrats Movie‘s soundtrack. They truly hit their stride in 1996 with the release of their sophomore record, Another Level, which featured the colossal hit “No Diggity.” Following legal disputes, Blackstreet currently has two original members left. But when you’re singing “Take Me There” between sips from a souvenir cup two Fridays from now, are you really going to care that Teddy Riley and Chauncey Hannibal have been fighting over ownership of the band’s trademark for years? Tickets are still available.