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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 (The Remixes)
I Look to You
Same Script, Different Cast (Dance Vault Mixes)
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)
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 Houston: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition
Whitney: The Greatest Hits
Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston Jun 14, 2019
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Whitney Houston Jun 12, 2019
More good news for "I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston" as it continues to move up the charts (both R&B and Billboard 200) for the week of June 15.
Whitney Houston Jun 11, 2019
June 11, 1988 (31 years ago today), Whitney paid tribute to Nelson Mandela at his 70th Birthday Celebration at the Free Nelson Mandela concert at Wembley Stadium in the UK. The show was broadcast to 67 countries to an audience of 600 million people as part of a push to end apartheid in South Africa. Many artists performed including Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, Dire Straits, Eurythmics, George Michael, Peter Gabriel and more. Whitney performed 8 songs including gospel song "He/I Believe" with her mother Cissy Houston. Six years later, Whitney would be the first major artist to perform in South Africa post-Apartheid.
Whitney Houston Jun 10, 2019
On June 8, 1991: ‘Miracle’ peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 4 on Adult Contemporary Chart. "Miracle" was the third single from Whitney's third studio album, I'm Your Baby Tonight and was written and produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface. Watch:
Whitney Houston Jun 07, 2019
The Whitney exhibit at The GRAMMY Museum at Newark's Prudential Center is coming to an end soon. If you are in the New York area or planning a trip, make sure to catch this wonderful exhibit which will close on June 30. And if you cannot go, consider buying the beautiful coffee table book commemorating the exhibit. Click here to buy book:
Whitney Houston Jun 06, 2019
More good news for "I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston" album - moves up on R&B chart and re-enters the Billboard 200 album charts!
Whitney Houston Jun 05, 2019
Seven years ago today, RCA Records released "Celebrate", a duet by Whitney and Jordin Sparks (from the soundtrack album Sparkle: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to the 2012 musical drama film Sparkle) as a digital single and the first official single from the soundtrack. It was the last song recorded by Whitney.
Whitney Houston Jun 03, 2019
On June 2, 1987, Arista Records released Whitney's second album, simply titled "Whitney". The album debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200 (and stayed at #1 for 11 weeks in a row!) making her the first female artist to achieve this incredible milestone! To date, the album has sold over 20 million copies worldwide and is close to diamond certification in the U.S. (stay tuned).
Whitney Houston May 31, 2019
Whitney and Elton John at a party "back in the day" (his film opens in the US today).
Whitney Houston May 30, 2019
Good news! - Whitney's album "I Will Always Love You - The Best of Whitney Houston" is back on the Billboard R&B Album Charts for the week of June 1.
Whitney Houston May 28, 2019
Wishing a very Happy Birthday to Gladys Knight! She was always one of Whitney's idols and influences. Here pictured in the 80s are (left to right) Gladys, Dionne Warwick, Leslie Uggams and Whitney.
Whitney Houston May 25, 2019
34 years ago today (May 25, 1985), Whitney's song "You Give Good Love" from her debut album peaked at #1 on the R&B Charts and #3 on the Hot 100. Written by LaLa (LaForest Cope) and produced by Kashif, the song was the first single released in the U.S. Here is Whitney performing the song on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson back in 85.
Whitney Houston May 24, 2019
May 24, 2008 (11 years ago today), Whitney performed in Rabat (Morocco) at the closing concert of the Mawazine 7th Festival, which annually features many local and international music artists. The annual festival was started in 2001.
Whitney Houston May 22, 2019
MAY 22, 2003 - (16 years ago today) Whitney Houston performed at the VH1 Divas Duets, a concert to benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here she is photographed backstage before the show. (Photo by Frank Micelotta)
Whitney Houston May 20, 2019
Whitney's song "Love That Man" (her fourth and final single from her Just Whitney album), was released in the U.S. on May 20, 2003, 16 years ago today. The remix reached #1 on the U.S. Dance Club Songs charts. The song was co-written by Babyface and co -produced by him as well.
Whitney Houston May 17, 2019
May 17, 1986 (33 years ago today), Whitney's recording of "The Greatest Love of All" hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts!
Whitney Houston May 16, 2019
On May 16, 2000 (19 years ago today), Arista Records released "Whitney: The Greatest Hits", a compilation album of two discs - one with ballads and the other with uptempo and re-mixes. The Star Bangled Banner and One Moment in Time were also included in the set, along with 4 new songs: Could I Have This Kiss Forever ( with Enrique Iglesias), If I Told You That (with George Michael), Same Script Different Cast (with Deborah Cox) and Fine. It reached Top 10 in most countries (including #1 in UK and #5 in U.S.) After Whitney's passing, it came back on Billboard 200 Chart at #2.
Whitney Houston May 15, 2019
May 15, 1989 - Whitney pictured visiting CeCe and BeBe Winans backstage at The Apollo Theatre after the sibling's gospel concert that evening.
Whitney Houston May 13, 2019
Happy Birthday Stevie Wonder! Whitney and Stevie pictured together backstage at 1999 MTV Movie Awards, held in California. Whitney loved Stevie and was always so honored when she got to sing with him.
Whitney Houston May 13, 2019
The June 2019 issue of British Vogue has released some never-before-seen photos of Whitney by famed fashion photographer Steven Meisel. The photos are outtakes from various sessions Steven did with Whitney back in the 80s. Here is a sampling:
Whitney Houston May 10, 2019
May 1990 - (29 years ago this month) - Whitney received The Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award at The Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony, held in New York City. Whitney is pictured here accepting her award. Named after one of its founders, The Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award, the award is given to artists who have been responsible for "a substantial number of hits...". At this point in her career, Whitney had only released two albums and was working on her third.
Whitney Houston May 09, 2019
On May 9, 1989 (30 years ago today) - Aretha Franklin's album 'Through The Storm' was released. The album contained Aretha's duet with Whitney titled 'It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be'. The song would be released as a single later that year.
Whitney Houston May 07, 2019
In honor of last night's Met Gala in NYC, here is Whitney at the 1999 Met Gala. She was dressed by Dolce & Gabbana for the evening. The Met Gala is a major fundraising benefit for The Metropolitan Museum in New York and is traditionally the opening celebration of The Costume Exhibit's annual fashion exhibit. The Gala is widely regarded as one of the most exclusive social events in the world.
Whitney Houston May 06, 2019
On May 5, 1994, Whitney received 5 awards at The World Music Awards held in Monte Carlo. Here she is being presented with World's Best Selling Pop Artist of The Year award by her mother, Cissy Houston.
Whitney Houston May 03, 2019
On May 3, 2003, Whitney's song "Try It On My Own" peaked at #10 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts. Pictured here is Whitney performing the song in an episode of the TV show "Boston Public" that same month.