Cassandra Steen (born February 9, 1980 in Ostfildern, Baden-Württemberg, West Germany) is a German-American singer, songwriter, and voice actress, who rose to fame as the lead singer of the trio Glashaus. Also in 2009, Steen voiced the character Tiana in the German dub of Disney's 49th animated feature The Princess and the Frog. "Never Knew I Needed," a duet with original singer Ne-Yo, was the first single to be lifted from the accompanying soundtrack. Steen has since released two further studio albums, Mir so nah (2011) and Spiegelbild (2014).

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  • Cassandra Steen (* 9. Februar 1980 in Ostfildern-Ruit) ist eine in Deutschland lebende US-amerikanische Pop- und R&B-Sängerin. (de)
  • Cassandra Steen (Ostfildern-Ruit, 9 de febrero de 1980) es una cantante alemana de soul. Es hija de madre alemana y de un soldado estadounidense. (es)
  • Cassandra Steen (née le 9 février 1980 à Ostfildern, Bade-Wurtemberg) est une chanteuse germano-américaine. (fr)
  • Cassandra Steen (born February 9, 1980 in Ostfildern, Baden-Württemberg, West Germany) is a German-American singer, songwriter, and voice actress, who rose to fame as the lead singer of the trio Glashaus. After a series of commercially successful releases with the group, Steen released her moderately successful solo debut album Seele mit Herz in 2003. After her departure from Glashaus and a label change to Universal Urban Records in 2007, she released her second album Darum leben wir in February 2009. A gold-certified the top ten success, it spawned three singles, including "Stadt," the fourth biggest-selling single of 2009 in Germany. In 2010, she won the ECHO Award for Best National Artist Rock/Pop. Also in 2009, Steen voiced the character Tiana in the German dub of Disney's 49th animated feature The Princess and the Frog. "Never Knew I Needed," a duet with original singer Ne-Yo, was the first single to be lifted from the accompanying soundtrack. Steen has since released two further studio albums, Mir so nah (2011) and Spiegelbild (2014). (en)
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  • Cassandra Steen (* 9. Februar 1980 in Ostfildern-Ruit) ist eine in Deutschland lebende US-amerikanische Pop- und R&B-Sängerin. (de)
  • Cassandra Steen (Ostfildern-Ruit, 9 de febrero de 1980) es una cantante alemana de soul. Es hija de madre alemana y de un soldado estadounidense. (es)
  • Cassandra Steen (née le 9 février 1980 à Ostfildern, Bade-Wurtemberg) est une chanteuse germano-américaine. (fr)
  • Cassandra Steen (born February 9, 1980 in Ostfildern, Baden-Württemberg, West Germany) is a German-American singer, songwriter, and voice actress, who rose to fame as the lead singer of the trio Glashaus. Also in 2009, Steen voiced the character Tiana in the German dub of Disney's 49th animated feature The Princess and the Frog. "Never Knew I Needed," a duet with original singer Ne-Yo, was the first single to be lifted from the accompanying soundtrack. Steen has since released two further studio albums, Mir so nah (2011) and Spiegelbild (2014). (en)
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