Case Woodard was born in New York City and was signed to Def Soul records. He first started working in the R&B industry as a backup singer, working with big name R&B artists like Usher.

In 1996, Case released his self-titled debut album. The album featured 'Touch Me Tease Me,' the hit single from The Nutty Professor. The single went gold, reaching #4 on the R&B charts and #14 on the Hot 100.

Case's second album, Personal Conversation, was released in 1999 and went gold. The album featured the hit single 'Happily Ever After' which reached #3 on the R&B charts and #15 on the Hot 100. The album's other single, 'Think Of You' failed to do well on the charts, managing to only reach #50 on the R&B charts.

Open Letter, Case's most well-known album was released in 2001. The album went gold, likely a result of the single 'Missing You.' 'Missing You' is Case's only #1 single to date as it topped the R&B charts and reached #4 on the Hot 100.

A fourth album from Case, The Blaxl Rose Xperience, was expected to be released in 2004. However, Case was dropped from the label and talks of the album stopped. The album seems to have resurfaced and in 2008, Case planned to finally release The Rose Experience in the Fall.

Case continues to tour, performing on the Ladies Night Out Tour in 2006 with Ginuwine, Jagged Edge and Donnell Jones.

A great deal of Case's success has been due to his appearance on movie soundtracks. Many of Case's most popular tracks appear on the soundtracks for Nutty Professor, Rush Hour, Nutty Professor II and The Best Man. These singles were 'Touch Me Tease Me' (Nutty Professor), 'Faded Pictures' (Rush Hour), 'Best Man I Can Be' (The Best Man) and 'Missing You' (Nutty Professor II).