Cassie Ventura Quotes
Casandra Elizabeth Ventura (born August 26, 1986), known mononymously as Cassie, is an American recording artist, dancer, actress and model. Born in New London, Connecticut, she began her career as a result of meeting record producer Ryan Leslie in late 2002, who later signed her to NextSelection Lifestyle Group. During this time, Diddy heard "Me & U" in a club, and Leslie convinced him to partner his Bad Boy Records with Leslie's NextSelection imprint for the release of Cassie's debut album.
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I'm from Connecticut. My Mom is an army brat, and my Dad is a navy brat. My childhood was fun. My parents are still together. My childhood was pretty carefree.
Im a perfectionist and, when it comes to people I want to work with, I have changed my mind, like, millions of times.
I tried a little of everything when I was little. I tried karate, I tried ballet, I tried piano lessons and singing lessons... I was a pretty normal kid, for the most part.
I did musical theater, and I did dancing for what it was at the performing arts high school that I went to. I went to a school where I was there on a scholarship. So I think when you're on a scholarship, you always work a tad harder, or you want to work a tad harder than the next person.
It would be awesome to stay popular, but if I was only an underground artist, I would be okay with that.
Every girl needs a bestfriend to help her laugh when she thinks she`ll never smile again
There's a fine line between saying, 'You can't tell me what I can and can't do,' and taking on board people's opinions.
Just remember... it doesn't matter how long you have known each other.. all that matters is that he has kept you smiling from day one
I need to shop because generally, I really do style myself. It's easier to wear clothes that are true to who you are. But if it's a headache, I'll ask for help.
Unfortunately, music is a male-dominated industry. It's not that there aren't plenty of women working in the industry, it's just, the higher up you go... it's like how women who play in the WNBA make so little, compared to men in the NBA.
I've worked with acting coaches, I've been going out on auditions and meeting with casting directors. But I'm not known as an actress.