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Whitney Houston Here’s a still from Whitney’s “My Name Is Not Susan.” It was the fourth single from her third album, 'I’m Your Baby Tonight,' and was released in July 1991. In the video, Whitney played two roles – herself and a character named “Susan.”
Here’s a still from Whitney’s “My Name Is Not Susan.” It was the fourth single from her third album, 'I’m Your Baby Tonight,' and was released in July 1991. In the video, Whitney played two roles – herself and a character named “Susan.”
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Whitney Houston An early official publicity photo of Whitney from the 80s.
An early official publicity photo of Whitney from the 80s.
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Whitney Houston NPR Looks Back At The ‘Waiting to Exhale’ Soundtrack:

In the early 1990s, a Hollywood film led by women was rare but visible (see: Steel Magnolias; The First Wives Club). But a Hollywood film led by black women was nearly unheard of. Enter 1995’s Waiting To Exhale. … It was a revolutionary release that predated films like Set It Off all the way through this year’s standout Girls Trip. The soundtrack to Waiting To Exhale, however, remains a moment unmatched in the years since, set apart by its star-studded tracklist featuring only women.

Director Forrest Whitaker enlisted Babyface, renowned architect of ’90s R&B, to compose Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album. … The very best soundtracks take on lives of their own. With this in mind … women took the entire spotlight on the soundtrack. With Whitney Houston having the final say in the curation process, the gamble paid off: Released in November 1995, the album topped the Billboard 200 for five weeks and sold over 7 million copies in under a year, making it one of the best-selling soundtracks of all time. On the awards front, it cleaned up everywhere from the American Music Awards to the Soul Train Awards; it also earned 11 Grammy nominations, including one for Album of the Year.

… The soundtrack’s opener, “Exhale (Shoop Shoop),” finds Houston scaling back; she’s refined and elegant as she finds her peace with life’s ups and downs. 

Read more: npr.org/2017/09/13/549731082/shocking-omissions-waiting-to-exhale-original-soundtrack-album
NPR Looks Back At The ‘Waiting to Exhale’ Soundtrack: In the early 1990s, a Hollywood film led by women was rare but visible (see: Steel Magnolias; The First Wives Club). But a Hollywood film led by black women was nearly unheard of. Enter 1995’s Waiting To Exhale. … It was a revolutionary release that predated films like Set It Off all the way through this year’s standout Girls Trip. The soundtrack to Waiting To Exhale, however, remains a moment unmatched in the years since, set apart by its star-studded tracklist featuring only women. Director Forrest Whitaker enlisted Babyface, renowned architect of ’90s R&B, to compose Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album. … The very best soundtracks take on lives of their own. With this in mind … women took the entire spotlight on the soundtrack. With Whitney Houston having the final say in the curation process, the gamble paid off: Released in November 1995, the album topped the Billboard 200 for five weeks and sold over 7 million copies in under a year, making it one of the best-selling soundtracks of all time. On the awards front, it cleaned up everywhere from the American Music Awards to the Soul Train Awards; it also earned 11 Grammy nominations, including one for Album of the Year. … The soundtrack’s opener, “Exhale (Shoop Shoop),” finds Houston scaling back; she’s refined and elegant as she finds her peace with life’s ups and downs. Read more: npr.org/2017/09/13/549731082/shocking-omissions-waiting-to-exhale-original-soundtrack-album
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Whitney Houston Seventeen years ago this week (September 10, 2000), Whitney’s duet with Enrique Iglesias titled “Could I Have This Kiss Forever” was released. The song was written by hit songwriter Diane Warren (who also wrote Whitney’s hits “I Learned From The Best” and “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength” amongst others) and produced by David Foster (who produced “I Will Always Love You” and others). The video was directed by Francis Lawrence, who went on to fame as the director of The Hunger Games.
Seventeen years ago this week (September 10, 2000), Whitney’s duet with Enrique Iglesias titled “Could I Have This Kiss Forever” was released. The song was written by hit songwriter Diane Warren (who also wrote Whitney’s hits “I Learned From The Best” and “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength” amongst others) and produced by David Foster (who produced “I Will Always Love You” and others). The video was directed by Francis Lawrence, who went on to fame as the director of The Hunger Games.
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Whitney Houston 'I Look To You,' Whitney’s seventh and final studio album, was released eight years ago this week (first released on August 28, 2009 through Sony Music in Europe and then on August 31, 2009 through Arista Records in the U.S.). It was Whitney’s first studio album since 2003’s 'One Wish' and it spawned two official singles – the title track and “Million Dollar Bill.” Here is Whitney at the “listening party” for the album in Beverly Hills, California on July 23, 2009. You can see Clive Davis in the background as they both spoke about the album at this event.
'I Look To You,' Whitney’s seventh and final studio album, was released eight years ago this week (first released on August 28, 2009 through Sony Music in Europe and then on August 31, 2009 through Arista Records in the U.S.). It was Whitney’s first studio album since 2003’s 'One Wish' and it spawned two official singles – the title track and “Million Dollar Bill.” Here is Whitney at the “listening party” for the album in Beverly Hills, California on July 23, 2009. You can see Clive Davis in the background as they both spoke about the album at this event.
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Whitney Houston Twenty years ago today, Whitney sang “One Moment In Time” at the historic opening of Arthur Ashe Stadium in Forest Hills, New York. The stadium is iconic and is home to the US Open Tennis Championships. Several famous tennis players are featured in this video.

https://youtu.be/8cFFjVLkmRg
Twenty years ago today, Whitney sang “One Moment In Time” at the historic opening of Arthur Ashe Stadium in Forest Hills, New York. The stadium is iconic and is home to the US Open Tennis Championships. Several famous tennis players are featured in this video. https://youtu.be/8cFFjVLkmRg
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Whitney Houston Five years ago this week (August 17, 2012), Whitney's last film 'Sparkle' was released in the U.S. This is a project that was close to Whitney's heart for years and she finally got to star in and produce this remake of the 1976 film. Here she is pictured with American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, who played the title character and one of her 3 daughters in the film. It featured some of the original music by Curtis Mayfield, along with new music by R. Kelly. The film was postponed from its original release date due to Whitney's passing.
Five years ago this week (August 17, 2012), Whitney's last film 'Sparkle' was released in the U.S. This is a project that was close to Whitney's heart for years and she finally got to star in and produce this remake of the 1976 film. Here she is pictured with American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, who played the title character and one of her 3 daughters in the film. It featured some of the original music by Curtis Mayfield, along with new music by R. Kelly. The film was postponed from its original release date due to Whitney's passing.
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Whitney Houston Whitney being photographed in 1984 by Tony Costa for People Magazine.
Whitney being photographed in 1984 by Tony Costa for People Magazine.
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Whitney Houston Happy Birthday Whitney! Always in our hearts! ❤ 

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Happy Birthday Whitney! Always in our hearts! ❤ We will have exciting news in the next few months. Join Whitney’s official newsletter today to make sure you don’t miss any news updates: whitneyhouston.com/newsletter-signup
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Whitney Houston Cute photo of a young Whitney at the Montreux (Switzerland) Golden Rose Festival in 1987.  She performed "How Will I Know," "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)."
Cute photo of a young Whitney at the Montreux (Switzerland) Golden Rose Festival in 1987. She performed "How Will I Know," "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)."
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Whitney Houston Whitney photographed for the January 1996 issue of Harper's Bazaar - photo by Patrick Demarchelier. This photo appeared inside the magazine.
Whitney photographed for the January 1996 issue of Harper's Bazaar - photo by Patrick Demarchelier. This photo appeared inside the magazine.
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Whitney Houston Two years ago today, Krissi joined her mother in heaven.
Two years ago today, Krissi joined her mother in heaven.
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Whitney Houston Whitney photographed by Randee St. Nicholas, one of her favorite photographers who she worked with many times over the years. This photo was taken in 1992 in Los Angeles as part of a photo shoot.
Whitney photographed by Randee St. Nicholas, one of her favorite photographers who she worked with many times over the years. This photo was taken in 1992 in Los Angeles as part of a photo shoot.
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Whitney Houston Mid-1980s photo of Whitney with songwriter Michael Masser, who figured very prominently in her career as he wrote so many of her early hits including “Saving All My Love for You,” “All At Once,” “Didn’t We Almost Have It All,” “You’re Still My Man,” “After We Make Love,” “Hold Me” (with Teddy Pendergrass) and of course her favorite song “The Greatest Love of All.”
Mid-1980s photo of Whitney with songwriter Michael Masser, who figured very prominently in her career as he wrote so many of her early hits including “Saving All My Love for You,” “All At Once,” “Didn’t We Almost Have It All,” “You’re Still My Man,” “After We Make Love,” “Hold Me” (with Teddy Pendergrass) and of course her favorite song “The Greatest Love of All.”
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Whitney Houston Whitney’s amazing legacy continues to live on. Check out this incredible performance of a young singer, Johnny Manuel, covering “I Have Nothing” on TV show America’s Got Talent and listen to Whitney’s original and live versions here: https://lnk.to/wh_ultimate!fb
Whitney’s amazing legacy continues to live on. Check out this incredible performance of a young singer, Johnny Manuel, covering “I Have Nothing” on TV show America’s Got Talent and listen to Whitney’s original and live versions here: https://lnk.to/wh_ultimate!fb