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Casey J : Fill Me Up God

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Casey J : Fill Me Up God

Casey J is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. A self-proclaimed “flower child” and vegetarian, she attributes her creativity to her father, who died when she was five years old, Casey J recalls, “He was a carpenter by trade, very smart and creative”. Both her mother and grandmother sang in the gospel choir at Lilly Hill Baptist Church in Atlanta, and Casey J attended her grandmother’s basement Bible studies as a child. “I used to think it was the normal way of life because that’s all I saw my grandmother and mother do,” she once said. “I grew up thinking that singing in the church choir is what all kids did because it was my way of life.”

At the age of 12, Casey J joined the Atlanta Young Singers of Callanwolde and sang with them until she enrolled at the University of Georgia. After graduating, she became an elementary school math teacher at Georgia Connections Academy Charter School in Duluth, Georgia and sang as a worship leader at the Fresh Start Church in Duluth on Sunday mornings
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