Case - Lovely

Posted about 8 years ago
Tags: Case
Producer:
Chris Liggio
Album:
The Rose Experience

In 2007, a number of late 90’s/early 00’s R&B stars came back to prominence (see Joe, Musiq, and Tank), and 2008 looks to continue this trend with “I’ve still got it” releases from TQ, Brandy and Monica.  Also jumping on the career-resurrection bandwagon is singer Case, whose official reentry into the game will occur on October 28 as Mr. Touch Me, Tease Me drops his fourth studio album, The Rose Experience.  If his new single, Lovely is any indication of what is to come, the mainstream audience is in for a treat.  Similar to the sound of his last project, Open Letter, Case exhibits his smooth vocals, this time over a soft beat from longtime producer Chris “CL” Liggio.  With the nostalgia factor in play, Case should find plenty of success on the Urban AC charts.

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