R&B singer Case is set to make his long-awaited return to R&B this fall with the release of his fourth studio album “The Rose Experience.”
Known for the popular 1996 hit “Touch Me, Tease Me” and 2001 smash “Missing You,” R&B singer Case is poised to reintroduce his brand of soul to fans this fall. With a new deal through Indigo Blue, Case is set to release “The Rose Experience,” his first album since 2001s Gold-certified album “Open Letter.”
Kicking off with the single “Loving You,” The Rose Experience, which stays true to Case’s signature sound - soul music with a twist of new jack and hip-hop, will not disappoint fans. Drawing from his musical influences like Stevie Wonder, the Beatles, Elton John and Earth Wind and Fire, new songs such as “Lovely” and “I Can’t” will take the listener on a journey into love and relationships from Case’s perspective.
According to a recent release, to say Case’s seven years “away” from music have been interesting would be an understatement. In 2002 his true determination to survive was witnessed when Case accidentally shot himself in the throat. The bullet, that went in through his throat, came out of the back of his neck and was miraculously less than a centimeter away from paralyzing and killing him. To the shock of everyone around, Case was out of the hospital in four hours with just bandages around his neck. With no damage done to his vocal chords, Case continued to work on completing his fourth album.
“The Rose Experience” also finds Case taking control of his own destiny: “This is the first album I produced and I knew what I wanted to say” says Case.
Case’s last album “Open Letter” peaked at #2 on the R&B charts, spawning the hit singles “Missing You” and “Not Your Friend.”