Case: Give Our Legends Their Flowers.

Case was one of the best R&B crooners in the 90s/early 2000s. The Grammy nominated singer blessed us with TUNES okay?! Let’s just go into why he’s deserving of his flowers.

The newer generation appreciates Case’s contributions to R&B music.

The 90s:

Albums Released: Case, Personal Conversation.

Case’s early beginnings in the music industry came from being member of R&B groups Future & Black, a background singer and co-writer for artists like Christopher Williams, Usher & Al B. Sure!

Case signed to Def Jam, & his career took off with the release of Touch Me, Tease Me..which featured Foxy Brown & Mary J. Blige.

The song was also featured on the soundtrack for the 1996 film “The Nutty Professor.” It was certified Gold by the RIAA, & was top 5 on the R&B charts.

His self-titled debut album followed after the success of his breakthrough single, & peaked at 7 on the R&B albums chart.

Case’s follow up record “Personal Conversation” enjoyed success on the charts & was certified Gold by the RIAA due to the incredible singles “Happily Ever After,” “Faded Pictures” from the Rush Hour soundtrack.

The Best Man I Can Be is a SONG! Featuring Case with Ginuwine, RL from Next & Tyrese, it was a top 20 R&B hit and was on the soundtrack to the film “The Best Man.”

The 00s:

Albums Released: Open Letter, The Rose Experience.

Case’s follow up single was Missing You, which was featured on the Nutty Professor II: The Klumps soundtrack and was a number one hit for him!

That same year, Case was also featured on Ja Rule’s “Livin’ It Up.” It samples Stevie Wonder’s “Do I Do,” and was a hit on the pop & R&B charts! Those tracks were Grammy nominated as well!

After a few years away from the spotlight, Case appeared on the song Face To Face with Coko from SWV for the Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns soundtrack.

Case’s following album since Open Letter (The Rose Experience) was his first album independently, where he had the creative control and ability to state what he wanted to say.

The 10s: Here, My Love, Heaven’s Door, Therapy

Case still releases good tunes for us to groove to! His Heaven’s Door album is one of the best albums of 2015!

Case is one of those musicians we need to pay homage to while we have them because his music is purely flawless!

One of the most amazing R&B crooners we’ve ever seen! Give him his flowers and things. -MJ

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