Kasia Stankiewicz (born 2 June 1977 in Działdowo, Poland) is a Polish pop singer.
She started her career in 1995 singing a song by Varius Manx, a multi-platinum Polish band, in the TV song contest Szansa na sukces (A Chance for Success).
In 1999 she recorded her first solo album, Kasia Stankiewicz, with soul and jazz compositions. In 2001 Kasia Stankiewicz recorded "The Bridge Song" with the German electronic music group Tangerine Dream. The single promoted their new album around the world. In 2003 she produced and published a new album called Extrapop. The first single "Schyłek lata" (The End of Summer) was a smash hit in Poland, and two other singles "Francuzeczka" (The French Girl) and "Saint Etienne" were successful too. Kasia has definitely left behind a "good girl" image.
In 2006 Stankiewicz released a new album called Mimikra (Mimicry). She released two singles from the album so far: "4 ręce" (4 Hands) and "Marzec" (March). On the album we can find a song called Dla Frycka which Stankiewicz wrote for her first-born son. The third single from the album is "W środku myśli" (In the Center of Thoughts). It's one of the ten chosen song to take part in the preliminary to The Sopot Music Festival.