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Case is tagged as: rnb, soul, oi, hip hop, punk

There are at least two artists known as Case. One is an R&B performer, and one is a punk/ska band.
1) Case Woodard was born in New York City and was signed to Def Soul records. He first started working in the R&B industry as a backup singer, working with big name R&B artists like Usher.
In 1996, Case released his self-titled debut album. The album featured “Touch Me Tease Me” with rapper Foxy Brown and R&B singer Mary J. Blige, the hit single from “The Nutty Professor”. The single went gold, reaching #4 on the R&B charts and #14 on the Hot 100.
Case’s second album, Personal Conversation, was released in 1999 and went gold. The album featured the hit single “Happily Ever After” which reached #3 on the R&B charts and #15 on the Hot 100. The album’s other single, “Think Of You” failed to do well on the charts, managing to only reach #50 on the R&B charts.
Open Letter, Case’s most well-known album was released in 2001. The album went gold, likely a result of the single “Missing You.” “Missing You” is Case’s only #1 single to date as it topped the R&B charts and reached #4 on the Hot 100.
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Missing You
Happily Ever After
Not Your Friend
Faded Pictures
Sex Games
Already Have
Crooked Letter
Love of My Life
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The Rose Experience
Touch Me, Tease Me
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