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Case Woodard

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4, 1975
New York City, NY
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4, 1975 (age 44)
New York City, NY


Grammy nominated R&B singer-songwriter known mononymously as Case. He is best known for his Gold-certified albums Personal Conversation and Open Letter. His other Billboard 200 charting albums include his 1996 debut and 2009's The Rose Experience.

Before Fame

He performed with a R&B group called Future and as part of a duo called Black before finding work as a co-songwriter and background singer for artists such as Usher and Christopher Williams.


He contributed "Touch Me, Tease Me" to The Nutty Professor soundtrack, which he collaborated on with Foxy Brown and Mary J. Blige

Family Life

He has a son and two daughters. He has a younger sister named Kim.

Associated With

Russell Simmons signed him to Def Jam Records after hearing a song he had which was written by Faith Evans.