Pretty Ricky is back on the R&B scene.

The four-member group, made up of members Marcus “Pleasure P” Cooper, “Spectacular” Blue Smith, Diamond “Baby Blue” Smith and Corey “Slick’em” Mathis, has officially returned to the music scene with a new single titled “Body.” They initially made their debut in the early 2000s.

The track stays true to the quartet’s intimate and romantic style, which they developed a reputation for with hits like “Grind With Me” and “Your Body,” and of course, the new song led to the group trending on social media for a while on Tuesday.

Many fans are enjoying the song, which was released on Valentine’s Day, and are welcoming the group’s return with open arms.

Meanwhile, some users are just unimpressed with the group’s new track.

“Just heard that new Pretty Ricky anndddd it’s not bad but it’s not good, if this song were a person it would be Jeff Teague,” one person tweeted.

Another person commented: “That's it's 2020 and a mediocre Pretty Ricky song is the #1 trending topic says a whole lot about the state of R&B music.”

Others are simply reminiscing about some of the group’s older music.

Some users are also amazed at how young they were when they were singing some of the group’s more explicit lyrics from their older hits.

One user wrote: “I was too young to be listening to Pretty Ricky like I was”

“I was really 12 yrs old singing Juicy and Love Like Honey by Pretty Ricky like I knew what the [expletive] I was talking about,” another fan tweeted.

“Body” is currently available on all streaming platforms. If you are interested in seeing the song performed live, Pretty Ricky has joined forces with singer Omarion for "The Millenium Tour 2020." The concert features many of the early 2000 greats in R&B and HipHop such as Bow Wow, Ashanti, and the Ying Yang Twins. Tickets for the tour, which concludes in May, are available on Ticketmaster.

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Pretty Ricky during Robin Thicke, Pretty Ricky and Coco Chanel Visit MTV's "Sucker Free" - January 16, 2007 at MTV Studios in New York City, New York, United States. Jason Kempin/FilmMagic