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I Wish You Love: More From the Bodyguard
Live: Her Greatest Performances
I Will Always Love You - The Best of Whitney Houston
I Look to You
I Look to You (The Remixes)
My Love Is Your Love (Dance Vault Mixes)
I'm Every Woman / Who Do You Love (Dance Vault Mixes)
It's Not Right But It's Okay (Dance Vault Remixes)
Same Script, Different Cast (Dance Vault Mixes)
Step By Step (Dance Vault Mixes)
One Wish - The Holiday Album
Just Whitney
I Learned from the Best (Dance Vault Remixes)
My Love Is Your Love
The Preacher's Wife (Original Soundtrack Album)
I'm Your Baby Tonight
Dance Vault Mixes: Whitney Houston - The Unreleased Mixes (Collector's Edition)
Whitney: The Greatest Hits
Whitney Houston: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition
Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston Feb 22, 2019
On February 22, 1985 (34 years ago today!), Arista Records released Whitney's "lead" single from her debut album. As Dionne Warwick says in the clip, it was the song that launched a career. Here is her performance of the song from the 1987 Soul Train Awards.
Whitney Houston Feb 20, 2019
On February 20, 1993 (26 years ago) - Arista Records released "I Have Nothing" as the third single from The Bodyguard: The Original Soundtrack Album. The song was written by David Foster and Linda Thompson and produced by Foster. The song was a hit worldwide reaching #4 on the Billboard Hot 100, #1 on Adult Contemporary Chart and #4 on Hot R&B/Hip Hop charts in the U.S. Whitney performed the song on her Bodyguard Tour and tours after. The song has become a staple for singers appearing on music talent shows such as American Idol, The X Factor and The Voice and is featured at the close of her official documentary titled "Whitney", released in July of 2018. Here is that performance which is from The Billboard Music Awards in 1993, the show where she also took home 11 awards!
Whitney Houston Feb 19, 2019
RIP legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld. Whitney appeared as a guest with Karl Lagerfeld in October 2009 on the famous French TV show "Le Grand Journal" - she was promoting her "I Look To You" album at the time.
Whitney Houston Feb 18, 2019
Whitney "Nothing But Love" tour poster for Japan - February 2010
Whitney Houston Feb 15, 2019
Tomorrow, February 16 - is the 20th Anniversary of Whitney's iconic performance of "It's Not Right, But It's Okay" on The Brit Awards in London. Enjoy.
Whitney Houston Feb 14, 2019
We are excited to announce that the "Whitney" documentary has been nominated for Outstanding Documentary for the 50th Annual NAACP Image Awards!!! The Image Awards celebrate the accomplishments of people of color in music, TV, literature and film and honors those who promote social justice through creative endeavors. The ceremony will air on TVOne in the U.S. on March 30 from Los Angeles. Also, the documentary is now streaming on Hulu. You can also still get it through iTunes, and at many Targets, Best Buys, Amazon, etc.
Whitney Houston Feb 14, 2019
34 years ago today ( Valentine's Day - February 14, 1985) marked the debut of Whitney's first studio album. After a bit of a slow start, it eventually topped the Billboard album charts for 14 weeks in the U.S. and contained three Number One singles - "Saving All My Love For You", "How Will I Know" and "Greatest Love Of All" - songs that remain favorites with her legions of fans. In 1986 at the 28th GRAMMY Awards, she won Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female for "Saving All My Love For You". The album was certified DIAMOND in March of 1999 and to date has sold over 13 million in the U.S. and over 22 million copies worldwide.
Whitney Houston Feb 13, 2019
We are thrilled to announce that "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" has now been certified 3x Platinum by the RIAA! Sales of the single have skyrocketed in the last few years thanks to appearances in movies and TV shows like ‘Love, Simon,’ ‘Pose’ and ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ as well as a commercial for Capital One. Stay tuned for more certification announcements (singles and albums) in the coming weeks!
Whitney Houston Feb 11, 2019
Whitney Houston Feb 07, 2019
Even though it's GRAMMY week, we must mention that today is the 25th anniversary of Whitney's iconic American Music Awards performance, singing the medley of "I Loves You Porgy", "And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going" and "I Have Nothing" - arguably her greatest live TV performance. She also went on that night to collect a record (for a female artist) 8 American Music Awards for The Bodyguard!!! And she was presented The Award of Merit by Stevie Wonder. #whatanight
Whitney Houston Feb 06, 2019
It's GRAMMY Week - here are Whitney and CeCe Winans performing "Count On Me" at the 1996 show.
Whitney Houston Feb 05, 2019
Do you know how many times Whitney says “love” in the song that has remained one of the greatest top selling singles of all time? 13 times! This Valentine’s Day let that special someone know just how much you love them. Shop now at
Whitney Houston Feb 04, 2019
It's GRAMMY Week - here is Whitney arriving at Clive Davis's annual pre-GRAMMY party in 2008 with Clive and Alicia Keys, who is hosting the GRAMMYS this year!
Whitney Houston Jan 31, 2019
Great News! The album "I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston" (released in November 2012) has RE-ENTERED the Billboard R&B Album Chart at #25 for the week of February 2, 2019!!!! #keepitgoing Listen Here:
Whitney Houston Jan 30, 2019
January 30, 1989 - 30 years ago today, The American Music Awards were held in Los Angeles and Whitney won 2 awards - Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist. In all, she won 22 American Music Awards.
Whitney Houston Jan 29, 2019
January 29, 1994 (25 years ago today), "Queen of The Night" (co-written by Whitney along with LA Reid, Babyface and Daryl Simmons) and produced by LA Reid and Babyface reached Number One on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart.
Whitney Houston Jan 28, 2019
January 27, 1991 (28 years ago) was the date of Whitney's historic performance at SuperBowl XXV. Here she is in an interview speaking about that day.
Whitney Houston Jan 25, 2019
Whitney's song "It's Not Right But It's Okay" from her fourth studio album (My Love Is Your Love) was released 20 years ago today - January 25, 1999. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Isaac Phillips and Toni Estes and produced by Darkchild (Rodney Jerkins). It peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts and reached #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play Chart and #7 on the Hot 100 R&B/Hip Hop singles chart. It also won Whitney a GRAMMY Award for Best Female, R&B Vocal Performance. The song is also famous for the Thunderpuss club remix.
Whitney Houston Jan 22, 2019
In January 1994, as part of The Bodyguard world tour, Whitney performed at the Hollywood Rocks festival in Brazil. Here she is performing "Saving All My Love" from then.
Whitney Houston Jan 18, 2019
Here is another clip from January 1990 - Whitney's "Feels So Right" tour in Japan - performing "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)".
Whitney Houston Jan 18, 2019
Happy Birthday Kevin Costner!
Whitney Houston Jan 17, 2019
Rare photo of Whitney and famed photographer Richard Avedon from around 1987. He photographed Whitney's second album cover.
Whitney Houston Jan 16, 2019
In January 1990 (29 years ago), Whitney did a short tour (approximately one month) of Japan called "The Feels So Right Tour". Here is Whitney performing "Greatest Love of All" from that tour.
Whitney Houston Jan 14, 2019
The long-awaited, exclusive Grammy Exhibition book, detailing the life and legacy of our beloved Whitney Houston, is now available. Follow the link to pick up your copy, and visit the Grammy Museum's Whitney Houston Exhibit before its conclusion in June of this year! Shop now at
Whitney Houston Jan 11, 2019
"Thinking About You" was written by Kashif and "LaLa" Cope and produced by Kashif for Whitney's debut album and released on January 11, 1985 by Arista Records. It was the second single and even though not fully promoted as such, it became a top 10 hit on R&B singles chart in the U.S. and appeared as the B-side to the 1986 single "Greatest Love of All".