Remembering Whitney Houston Today on What Would Have Been Her 54th Birthday (Born 8/9/63)
Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Whitney Houston’s musical legacy and share your personal memories of her with us. Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Whitney Houston’s musical legacy and share your Biography (via AllMusic): Whitney Houston was inarguably one of the biggest female pop stars of all time , Whitney Houston, was released in February 1985. Its first single, "Someone for Me," was a flop, but the Remembering Whitney Houston Today on What Would Have Been Her 54th Birthday (Born 8/9/63) Love of All" -- all topped the Hot 100, and a year to the month after its release, Whitney Houston hit Whitney Houston of imitators. Whitney Elizabeth Houston was born in Newark, New Jersey, on August 9, 1963; her
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Whitney Houston’s Cover of Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman” (1992)
ARTIST: Whitney Houston TITLE: “I’m Every Woman” (cover of Chaka Khan’s original song) ALBUM: The Bodyguard Soundtrack (1992) WATCH/LISTEN: Whitney Houston's cover of Chaka Khan's “I'm Every Woman” appears on 'The Bodyguard' Soundtrack (1992) Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Whitney Houston’s Cover of Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman” (1992) Whitney Houston
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Whitney Houston in 2017. Take yourself away from everything that occurred after this point in time why you ever loved Whitney Houston, which was always her unparalleled ability to SING! I’m not Happy 30th Anniversary to Whitney Houston’s second studio album Whitney, originally released June 2 , who were singing back at them. Everybody loved Whitney Houston in 1987. Everybody should still love Whitney Houston Whitney Houston is not your run-of-the-mill vocalist. She’s maybe the best to ever do this. Meanwhile TRIBUTE: Celebrating 30 Years of Whitney Houston’sWhitney
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home over the years with music from artists like Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Brandy and Usher
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natural. Besides Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey, who were labeled R&B but leaned more towards power
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Grammy), Whitney Houston ("I'm Your Baby Tonight"), and Madonna ("Take a Bow"); his biggest success likes of Lil Wayne, Vanessa Williams, Whitney Houston, Kristinia DeBarge, and Boyz II Men, as well nearly all of its songs, including the Whitney Houston smash "Exhale (Shoop, Shoop)." The same year, he
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), Michael J. Powell (Anita Baker, James Ingram), and Alan Rich and Jud J. Friedman (Whitney Houston), but
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combination of Prince’s percussive genius, Sade’s soothing elegance, and Whitney Houston’s defiant
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experience. Note: “If I Told You That” (with Whitney Houston), “Let Her Down Easy” and “Going to a
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,” “Pink Cadillac,” “I Live for Your Love” and “Miss You Like Crazy.” As the likes of Whitney Houston, Janet
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the summer of 1992, Brown married superstar diva Whitney Houston, who sang the duet "Something in sometimes rocky marriage to Whitney Houston and a series of run-ins with the law kept him in the
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the R&B chart and was later covered by Whitney Houston for the soundtrack to her 1993 film The
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Love on the Beat, a collection of songs about male hustlers, and made sexual advances towards Whitney Houston on a live TV broadcast. Along with his pop music oeuvre, Gainsbourg scored a number of
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Prince of Egypt (When You Believe)," a duet with Whitney Houston effectively pairing the two most Houston and Celine Dion, but did them both one better by co-writing almost all her material. Like from glossy ballads to hip-hop-inspired dance-pop, she earned frequent comparison to rivals Whitney
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, and/or remixer with a diverse list of artists, including Destiny's Child ("No No No"), Whitney who worked with an impressive array of pop, R&B, and hip-hop talent, including Whitney Houston, Santana Houston (the title track of My Love Is Your Love), Bounty Killer, Cypress Hill, Michael Jackson
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that October; its proceeds went to the Whitney E. Houston Academy. In September 2014, "I Deserve It others, and also made high-profile guest appearances on two 1999 hits, Whitney Houston's "Heartbreak
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Aretha Franklin, or Janet Jackson during the peak years of Whitney Houston and Anita Baker. She had her Damned, and was rumored to be Whitney Houston’s pick for a remake of the seventies girl group musical
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Making Love No More,” Whitney Houston’s “Queen of the Night” and Boyz II Men’s record-breaking chart
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Inner City's third album, Praise. Love was featured on her brother Dave Angel's remix of Whitney Houston's R&B hit "My Name Is Not Susan" in 1991, and appeared in the music video alongside Houston
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straight number one pop hits and joined the ranks of Thriller, Whitney Houston, and CrazySexyCool by
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