She has 3 tattoos.
She made an appearance in Jay-Z's music video for "Roc Boys (And the Winner Is...)."
Cassie made an appearance in Kanye West's music video for "Stronger."
Cassie has brown eyes and black hair.
Cassie's height is 5' 7½" (1.71 m)
She took classes at the Broadway Dance Center.
She has a brother named Rod.
When she completed high school in 2004, she announced that she was going to pursue her career in modeling and music, foregoing college.
On her official journal, Cassie announces that she has not, in fact, left Diddy's record label.
On her official journal, she admit her performances have been "pretty terrible" but states she is "still getting over stage fright".
Cassie's vocal ability has been questioned after a pair of performances on MTV's "TRL" and BET's "106 and Park". On TRL, she seemingly was lip-synching her song. On 106 and Park, she sang very low on the show and her background singers overshadowed her voice.
She signed with Diddy's record label Bad Boy Records, after he heard "Me & U" played in a club.
Cassie is trilingual, being fluent in English and conversational in Tagalog and Spanish.
She admitted to being a "diva."
She has been romantically linked to her producer, Ryan Leslie.
She attended the preparatory Williams School on the Connecticut College campus in New London, graduating in 2004.
The remix of Me & U features Yung Joc and Diddy.
"Me & U" reached #3 in the United States.
She is of Filipino, Mexican, African-American and West Indian descent.
She started modeling at the age of 14.
Cassie found much popularity with the help of the website MySpace where she has a waiting list of thousands of friends.
In September, Cassie claimed that she is no longer a model because her agency told her to lose weight. She said she was furious and decided to quit modeling, instead focusing fulltime on her music career
Her first recorded song was "Kiss Me", a song that featured the producer, Ryan Leslie, as a birthday present for her mother.
Performed on "106 and Park: Top Ten Live" with Yung Joc.
She released her debut album, Cassie, on August 8, 2006.
Is signed to both Bad Boy Entertainment and NextSelection.
Her first single is Me & U.
Missy Elliot picked Cassie to be the face of her Adidas "Respect M.E" clothing line.
Crowned the "Princess of NextSelection" by the producer behind the brand, Ryan Leslie.
Appears in Mario's "Here I Go Again" music video as his love interest.
Cassie: I'm actually pretty shy; I'm a good girl. But... in high school I used to occasionally skip class and go shopping. But never too often, I guess that's not so bad.
Cassie: I actually did my first show was out in San Jose. The second day I did Portland and it was a big radio show that had Rihanna on it, Bow Wow, Dem Franchize Boyz, Bubba Sparxx, E-40 it was just like a big group. They are really popular in the music industry and I was a little intimidated because I was the new one.
Cassie: I've loved Mariah Carey since I was young. I loved Aaliyah. But I'm a diehard Janet Jackson fan. A lot of people compare my video for "Me & U" to hers for "Pleasure Principle." That wasn't my intention.
Cassie: My family has always been supportive. My mom's in my corner. When I used to go on modeling auditions, and I had to travel back and forth to New York City a lot and if I looked stressed, she'd ask me if this is what I wanted to do. My dad is there for me too. He would take me into the city when I was 14 to meet with modeling agencies. I also have an older brother, Rod. He's my best friend.
Cassie: When I do blog, it's often, and then I won't for a while because I get busy. I'll blog on my personal page and my MySpace page. I think the way I write –I don't know if people just don't know sometimes that it's just a bulletin, like it goes out to all of my friends or just to them- but when I explain something, I really have to explain it. Some people just don't get it and they get offended like, 'Why are you saying this to me?' I'm just like, 'Look don't advertise on my page if that's all you're doing there.'
Cassie: Well when I was younger, my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Rod [her brother] and I realized that we really needed each other. We got really close and that bond changed the way we looked at each other.
Cassie: I recorded my first song "Kiss Me" with Ryan back in February of 2005 for my Mom's birthday. I went to meet up with Ryan at his label at the time, Casablanca, and while I was sitting in the waiting area I could hear "Kiss Me"in the next office. He was playing it for the President of the label, Tommy Mottola. Man, I was so embarrassed! Anyway I went in the office and I got a demo deal to sign with Casablanca. Pretty crazy. Time went by and after finishing my demos, Tommy decided that he wanted to manage me instead, so we went through that process. Suddenly I found myself with two great deals on the table and we went with Bad Boy.
Cassie: Personally, I believe that my job is just as important as any other woman's job. I feel like entertainers can set an example. I want to be the person that kids listen to when they won't listen to their parents. Not in a negative way, but in a progressive way. I obviously know what it's like to be a teenager because I am one; I've just grown up really fast for someone my age. I feel that if you're given the opportunity to be an 'idol' as they say, you better do it right. Being able to look up to someone when you're younger is a must, not to be them but to learn from the good and the bad in them. I hope that young girls learn from my mistakes.
Cassie: Until middle school I had perfectly straight black hair and dark skin, most people thought I was Latina or Hawaiian and just didn't believe that I was Black at all. By middle school going through puberty, my hair changed-it got curly, frizzy and with my little Asian face, I was sad to say, pretty awkward looking.
Cassie: I rap, I sing, I do my R&B, I do my slow songs and stuff that the girls will love, I have a down South joint, I have a rock song that I did with my girls this band called Pretty Boys.
Cassie: I perceive myself like J.Lo because she's a fashion forward, classy, and could bring it to the 'hood or Fifth Avenue. At the end of the day you need to make it larger than life.