Cassandra Wilson (born December 4, 1955) is an American jazz singer and songwriter from Jackson, Mississippi. She is a Grammy winner, and two of her albums, Blue Skies and New Moon Daughter, have topped the US jazz charts.
Wilson's repertoire includes both jazz and blues standards and renditions of pop and rock songs. Her alto voice has been described as bluesy and sultry, and the style of her music ranges from swing to funk to bossa nova. Many of her songs have been covered by artists who usually record in other genres.