"Thinking Of You" pushed the "double-A" single into the top-40 in June of 1997. The combined songs rose to #5 on Billboard's R&B chart as well. Internationally, "Let's Get Down" went to #8 in New Zealand and #33 in the UK, and "Thinking Of You" rose to #36 in New Zealand. The House Of Music album reached #32 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (and #10 on the R&B specific albums list), and sold over a million copies. A third radio release from the record, "Boys and Girls", wasn't released commercially, and only made it to #52 on Billboard's R&B Airplay chart.
Saadiq left the group shortly after to continue as a solo artist, with a brief stint in another act he created, Lucy Pearl, with En Vogue member Ali Shaheed Muhammed from A Tribe Called Quest. Wiggins and Riley replaced him with Amar Khalil for shows, but they haven't released any new music on their own. However, they appeared on Alicia Keys' single "Diary" in 2004, ending up with a #8 pop/#2 R&B hit and a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Duo/Group Performance, losing out to Alicia's other collab with Usher, "My Boo".
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