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Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston

Albums:
29
Tracks:
390
Genres:
R&B: Soul Pop: Dance Soundtrack Pop House
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Whitney Houston - I Wish You Love: More From The Bodyguard I Wish You Love: More From The Bodyguard 2017 14 download I Wish You Love: More From The Bodyguard mp3
Whitney Houston - Her Greatest Performances (Live) Her Greatest Performances (Live) 2014 16 download Her Greatest Performances (Live) mp3
Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston 2012 18 download I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston mp3
Whitney Houston - The Essential Whitney Houston Cd2 The Essential Whitney Houston Cd2 2011 18 download The Essential Whitney Houston Cd2 mp3
Whitney Houston - The Essential Whitney Houston Cd1 The Essential Whitney Houston Cd1 2011 18 download The Essential Whitney Houston Cd1 mp3
Whitney Houston - Whitney Houston (The Deluxe Anniversary Edition) Whitney Houston (The Deluxe Anniversary Edition) 2010 15 download Whitney Houston (The Deluxe Anniversary Edition) mp3
Whitney Houston - The Ballads Collection The Ballads Collection 2009 20 download The Ballads Collection mp3
Whitney Houston - I Look to You (Remixes) I Look to You (Remixes) 2009 12 download I Look to You (Remixes) mp3
Whitney Houston - Million Dollar Bill Million Dollar Bill 2009 5 download Million Dollar Bill mp3
Whitney Houston - I Look To You I Look To You 2009 11 download I Look To You mp3
Whitney Houston - Megamix (Cdm) Megamix (Cdm) 2009 5 download Megamix (Cdm) mp3
Whitney Houston - A Song For You Live A Song For You Live 2008 10 download A Song For You Live mp3
Whitney Houston - The Ultimate Collection The Ultimate Collection 2007 18 download The Ultimate Collection mp3
Whitney Houston - One Wish: The Holiday Album One Wish: The Holiday Album 2003 11 download One Wish: The Holiday Album mp3
Whitney Houston - Just Whitney Just Whitney 2002 19 download Just Whitney mp3
Whitney Houston - Love, Whitney Love, Whitney 2001 16 download Love, Whitney mp3
Whitney Houston - Greatest Hits (Cd 1 - Throw Down) Greatest Hits (Cd 1 - Throw Down) 2000 17 download Greatest Hits (Cd 1 - Throw Down) mp3
Whitney Houston - Greatest Hits (Cd 1 - Cool Down) Greatest Hits (Cd 1 - Cool Down) 2000 18 download Greatest Hits (Cd 1 - Cool Down) mp3
Whitney Houston - My Love Is Your Love My Love Is Your Love 1998 13 download My Love Is Your Love mp3
Whitney Houston - The Preacher's Wife The Preacher's Wife 1996 15 download The Preacher's Wife mp3
Whitney Houston - You Were Loved You Were Loved 1996 1 download You Were Loved mp3
Whitney Houston - Grace and Glory Grace and Glory 1993 15 download Grace and Glory mp3
Whitney Houston - The Bodyguard The Bodyguard 1992 16 download The Bodyguard mp3
Whitney Houston - I'm Your Baby Tonight I'm Your Baby Tonight 1990 11 download I'm Your Baby Tonight mp3
Whitney Houston - Whitney Whitney 1987 11 download Whitney mp3
Whitney Houston - Whitney Houston Whitney Houston 1985 10 download Whitney Houston mp3
Whitney Houston - Live In USA Live In USA 0 11 download Live In USA mp3
Whitney Houston - Waiting To Exhale Waiting To Exhale 0 16 download Waiting To Exhale mp3
Whitney Houston - You Give Good Love You Give Good Love 0 10 download You Give Good Love mp3

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Whitney Elizabeth Houston was born on August 9, 1963 in Newark, New Jersey to parents John Houston and gospel singer Cissy Houston. Eleven-year-old Houston took her singing baby steps as a soloist with the junior gospel choir at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark. During her teenage years, Houston toured nightclubs performing alongside her mother, Cissy. In 1977, Houston sang backup vocals on the single “Life's a Party” with the Michael Zager Band. A year later again as a background vocalist she sang “I’m Every Woman” with Chaka Khan. She also sang back-up on Lou Rawls and Jermaine Jackson’s albums. Besides singing, Houston also launched a modelling career and was one of the first women of colour to be featured on the cover of “Seventeen” magazine. There were also layouts of Houston in Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Young Miss. Houston then appeared on a TV commercial. Despite her modelling success, Houston contributed the ballad called “One Down” to the album “Memories” by the group “Material”. At the age of twenty, the promising artist signed to Arista Records where she recorded a duet with Teddy Pendergrass “Hold Me” for his album “Love Language”.

In 1985 “Whitney Houston” was released which by 1986 had reached the top of the Billboard 200 where it stayed for 14 weeks all together. The albums single “Someone For Me”, failed to chart but the second single “Thinking About You” reached the top ten of the R&B Chart. “You Give Good Love” reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and the top of the R&B Chart. “Saving All My Love for You” was her first top charter in the US and UK and finally “How Will I Know” became another number one hit. At first, Houston promoted her album by singing in nightclubs, then as an opening act for Jeffrey Osborne on his nationwide tour and finally by setting off on her world tour, “The Greatest Love Tour”.

The album’s success brought in the awards and Houston won her first Grammy at the 1986 Award Ceremony for “Saving All My Love for You” where she also performed which led to the Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program. She was won seven American Music Awards in 1986 and 1987, and an MTV Video Music Award. “Whitney Houston” is listed as one of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time and on The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame's Definitive 200.

Her second album “Whitney” was released in 1987, was a commercial success, and has since the sold 20 million copies worldwide. The album debuted atop the charts in the US, UK and in dozens of other countries making her the first female artist to do so. The album produced four number one singles, “Didn't We Almost Have It All”, “So Emotional” and “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” giving her seven consecutive top charters a feat that broke the previous record belonging to The Beatles and The Bee Gees who both had six. The single “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)” earned her another Grammy Award. She also won two more American Music Awards.

To promote the album Houston completed a world tour the “Moment of Truth World Tour”. Whitney Houston was a major supporter of the anti-apartheid movement leading her to participate at Wembley Stadium in London to celebrate Nelson Mandela's 70th birthday, raising awareness to South-African apartheid. She also performed at another benefit concert at Madison Square Garden in NYC to raise funds for the United Negro College Fund. Houston formed the “Whitney Houston Foundation for Children”. In 1988, the artist recorded the song “One Moment in Time” for NBC’s coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics.

The 1990s brought a change in direction with Houston adopting a more urban sound with rhythmic grooves, soulful ballads and dance tracks on the album “I’m Your Baby Tonight” which reached number three on the Billboard 200. Continuing her humanitarian work Houston donated her share of the income from the release of “The Star Spangled Banner” to Red Cross and was appointed to the Red Cross Board of Governors. She also organized a concert for the armed men who fought in the Gulf War and their families under the title “Welcome Home Heroes”.

In 1992 Houston carried her talent onto the silver screen acting as Rachel Marron alongside Kevin Costner in the film “The Bodyguard” the film grossed $410 million worldwide despite receiving negative reviews. The soundtrack of the film featured six of Houston’s songs. Released as a lead single the song “I will Always Love You” was on top of the Billboard Hot 100 for 14 weeks, the R&B chart for 11 weeks and the Adult Contemporary charts for five weeks making it the first single to be atop all three charts at the same time. The other two singles, “I’m Every Woman” and “I Have Nothing” also peaked at the top five. Houston became the first artist to have three singles in the Top twenty at the same time. The soundtrack is the only album by a female artist on the list of the world’s Top 10 best selling albums.

The album’s success won Houston three Grammys including Album of the Year and Record of the Year and eight American Music Awards as well as a Brit Award. The artist ranked in the top five of Entertainment Weekly's annual “Entertainer of the Year” list. Houston toured globally throughout 1993 and 1994. After the tour, she performed at a state dinner in the White House to honour the South African president and to celebrate the newly unified and apartheid free South Africa Houston made three appearances in the country performing for an audience of 200,000. The concerts were broadcast by HBO and the earnings were donated to various South African charities.

In 1995 Houston again appeared in a motion picture, “Waiting to Exhale”, and the soundtrack, “Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album” featuring other African-American artists as well was also a great success. Houston’s “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)”, “Count On Me”, a duet with CeCe Winans and “Why Does It Hurt So Bad” all charted well. Houston then co-stared in the film “The Preacher’s wife” alongside Denzel Washington. Again the soundtrack “The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album”, which featured six gospel songs with Georgia Mass Choir, was a hit and became the best selling gospel album of all time. It produced the singles “I Believe in You and Me” and “Step by Step”. Two years later Houston acted in “Cinderella”, which she also co-produced and earned her an Emmy for Outstanding Art Direction in a Variety, Musical or Comedy Special. The same year she performed at a three-hour HBO concert “Classic Whitney” where she paid tribute to her inspirational artists, Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, and Dionne Warwick the proceeds were donated to the Children’s Defence Fund.

Eight years after her third studio album, “My Love is Your Love” hit the stores in 1998. The album spawned the singles, “When You Believe”, a duet with Maria Carey used as “The Prince of Egypt” soundtrack which earned an Oscar, “Heartbreak Hotel” with faith Evans and Kelly Price, “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay”, which gave Houston her sixth Grammy, “My Love Is Your Love” and “I learned from the Best” were all major hits. Before setting off on the worldwide promotional tour, “My Love Is Your Love Tour”, Houston took part in VH-1’s “Diva’s Live ‘99”.

A year later her first compilation album “Whitney the Greatest Hits” was released. The double disc featured house/club remixes instead of some original songs as well as four new tracks “Could I Have This Kiss Forever”, “Same Script, Different Cast”, “If I Told You That” and “Fine” and came with a DVD featuring music videos. In 2001, Houston appeared on the “Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special”. The same year her version of “The Star Spangled Banner” was released following 9/11 all the profits of which were donated. In December of that year Houston’s album “Just Whitney….” was released producing four “Hot Dance Club Play” hit singles. Her first Christmas album, “One Wish: The Holiday Album” was released in 2003. The most of the following year Houston toured with venues in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Russia she also gave a surprise performance at that year’s World Music Awards ceremony.

A second compilation album, “The Ultimate Collection”, was released in 2007 outside the US. Two years later “I Look to You” hit the stands producing two hit singles “I Look to You” and “Million Dollar Bill”. The album debuted atop the Billboard 200 becoming her first number one hit album since 1992. To promote the album, before the “Nothing But Love World Tour” in 2010, Houston made several television appearances: She sang “I Look to You” on the German TV show “Wetten Das”, “Million Dollar Bill” on the French show “Le Grand Journal”, on UK’s “X-Factor” and on the Italian version of the talent show, she sang “I didn’t know my own strength” at the 2009 American Awards ceremony and both songs on the “Dancing with the stars” season finale.

2010 brought the re-release of her first album, “Whitney-Houston-The Deluxe Anniversary Edition” to celebrate her 25th year as a recording artist. In January 2010, Houston won the NAACP Image Award for Best Music Video for the single “I Look to You” and a Bet Honours Award for lifetime achievement. In 2011, Houston performed at the Staple Center in Los Angeles during the BET “Celebration of Gospel” alongside Kim Burell.

According to the Guinness Book of Records, Whitney Houston has enriched the music scene and rightfully the most accredited female artist today, and one of the best-selling music artist, with over 170 million in sales.



 
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