Case Woodard, known professionally as Case, is a singer/songwriter. Following stints with the R& B group Future and a duo called “Black”, Case obtained work writing and singing background for Usher, Christopher Williams and Al B. Sure!. Armed with a song written by Faith Evans, he was signed to Def Jam Records by Russell Simmons. A short time later, he released his debut single “Touch Me, Tease Me”, which was featured on the “Nutty Professor” soundtrack, went gold and reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. His self-tilted debut album was released later and produced the singles “More To Love” and “I Gotcha.” The album “Personal Conversation” was released in 1999 and produced the singles “Happily Ever After” and “Faded Pictures”. In 2001, he released the album “Open Letter”, which produced the single “Missing You”. The album was certified gold. The singer/songwriter’s success has been  partly due to movie soundtracks. After several years away from the music industry, he returned by appearing on the single “Face To Face”, which was a duet with singer Coko and was included on the soundtrack “Tyler Perry’s Meet The Browns.” “Heaven’s Door” was released in 2015.