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About Case

R&B singer Case found success with mid-’90s and early 2000s with hits like “Touch Me, Tease Me,” “Missing You,” and his Ja Rule collaboration “Livin’ It Up.” • Case got his start as a backup singer for the likes of Usher and Christopher Williams before landing his own solo deal with Def Jam Records. • His 1996 self-titled debut reached No. 7 on the Billboard R&B chart and yielded the hit “Touch Me, Tease Me,” featuring Mary J. Blige and Foxy Brown. The single went Top 5 on the R&B charts and Top 20 on pop. It was also featured on the soundtrack for The Nutty Professor. • The singer’s 1999 sophomore effort, Personal Conversation, went gold and spawned two more Top 20 pop singles: “Faded Pictures” and “Happily Ever After.” • Case topped the R&B chart and scored his first and only Top 5 pop hit with “Missing You,” from 2001’s Open Letter. The track earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. • Also in 2001, Case guested on rapper Ja Rule’s “Livin’ It Up,” a Top 5 R&B and Top 10 pop hit. • He went indie in 2004 and launched his own imprint, Indigo Blue, to release his fourth album, The Rose Experience, in 2009.

New York, NY, United States of America
October 4, 1975

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