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'UNSUNG' featuring R&B crooner Case airs on Feb. 1, plus new music preview

buzzz worthy. . .

Visit on Feb. 1 to listen to an exclusive sneak peek 
of Case's new single, "Heaven"

SILVER SPRING, MD - TV One's longest-running and award-winning series Unsung continues with a feature on the distinctive sounds of R&B crooner Case on Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. ET. Insights from family and friends are provided by Ginuwine, Eddie F., Nokio, Rodney Perry, Marcus Chapman, Rea Davis and Steven Ivory. Additionally, TV One will feature an exclusive sneak peek of Case's new single, "Heaven," on beginning Feb. 1.

He had the style of a rapper but the voice of soul. Rising to stardom in the mid-'90s, Case debuted a unique blend of hip-hop and R&B with his 1996 hit "Touch Me, Tease Me," which featured Foxy Brown and his female prototype Mary J Bilge. And as the hit climbed the charts, it revealed a romantic relationship between Mary J Bilge and Case that stirred up a short-lived public beef between Case and Mary's ex-lover, K-Ci from Jodeci.

As the '90s drew to a close, Case decided to distance himself from the hip-hop blend and all that came with it to hone in on his R&B sound. Songs like "Faded Pictures," "Happily Ever After" and the #1 single, "Missing You," cemented his career as one of the top R&B crooners of the late '90s and early 2000s. When the sound of music changed its tune, Case found himself out of sync, fueling years of depression that included heavy drinking and reckless partying that threatened to take his career and even his life. Find out what led Case to his breaking point and where he is today on this revealing episode of Unsung.