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|Studio album by Case|
|Released||August 13, 1996 (USA)|
|Producer||Kenny "K-Smoove" Kornegay, Christopher "Roc Head" Kellam, Daryl "88" Young, James "Jimmy" Maynes, Joseph "Jo Jo" Brim, Kevin "Big Kev" McDaniel, Prince Charles Alexander, Terence Dudley|
Case is the self-titled debut album by American R&B singer-songwriter Case. It was released on August 13, 1996. It features the hit single "Touch Me, Tease Me" featuring rapper Foxy Brown and Mary J. Blige. The album peaked at number seven on the R&B albums chart and reached number forty-two on the Billboard 200. Mary J. Blige (Case's girlfriend at the time) co-wrote the majority of his debut album.
- "The Tunnel" (Interlude)
- "More to Love"
- "Don't Be Afraid"
- "Call a Cab" (Interlude)
- "I Gotcha"
- "Crazy" (Interlude)
- "What's Wrong?"
- "Rain" (Interlude)
- "Touch Me, Tease Me" (featuring Foxy Brown and Mary J. Blige)
- "The Day That I Die"
- "Cryin' Over Time"
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