R&B singer Case, most known for his music in the 90s and casting Beyoncé as the main girl in his music video for “Happily Ever After”, paid a visit to The Breakfast Club to talk about his fifth studio album “Heaven’s Door”, plans of joining a rock group with Nokio from Dru Hill, his relationship with Wendy Williams, the misfortune event of shooting himself in the neck and how he selected Beyoncé for the video. On the contrary, the label wanted Nia Long or another “video girl”.
In addition, he discussed dating Mary J. Blige and her abusive nature, the most romantic thing he’s done for a woman on Valentine’s Day, his relationship with his manager and friend of 25 years, and the difference between R&B then, and now. He says the genre has lost its purity, and it is more Hip-Hop than it is R&B.
Watch the video interview as Case compares social media stars to putting a Ferrari kit on a Nissan.