Casmé was born and raised in New Orleans with seven other siblings, six of which were girls. Her parents would often take the family into poverty-stricken areas where they would sing and help feed the hungry. Coming from a largely female family that was heavily involved in their community, Casmé felt inspired to give back by promoting girl power. She's the founder of an all-girls club and runs a magazine that features inspiring young women. For the past 20 years, Casmé has been trying to make it as a full-time musician and has spent most of that time as a songwriter and performing in corporate bands. Casmé comes to "The Voice" to finally focus on her solo career and to inspire young girls to follow their dreams.