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On April 23, 1988 (32 years ago today), Whitney's incredible record of being the only artist with seven consecutive Number One singles was set as the song "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" reached the top of Billboard Hot 100 after nine weeks. This record still stands today. [Link in bio for full video]
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Today is Luther Vandross's birthday. He would have been 69. He and Whitney were great friends and here he is pictured with Whitney and Jackee Harry backstage after one of Whitney's shows at the L.A. Forum.
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What Whitney song are you listening to at home today? #StayHomeStaySafe Link in bio to listen to Whitney's Top Tracks.
Whitney Houston
On April 16, 1991 (29 years ago today) "Miracle", Whitney's third single from her "I'm Your Baby Tonight" album was released. The song was written and produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface. The song entered the Billboard Hot 100 charts at 63, stayed on the chart for 14 weeks and peaked at #9, becoming her 13th Top Ten hit. Link in bio for full video.
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"We Didn't Know" - Whitney's duet with Stevie Wonder was released by Arista Records as the sixth and final single from her "I'm Your Baby Tonight" album 28 years ago today (14 April 1992). "We Didn't Know" was an R&B only release in the US where it peaked at Number 20 on the Billboard R&B singles chart. The song was written by Stevie Wonder and produced by Stevie and Vincent Herbert.
Whitney Houston
Wishing a Happy Joyous Easter to all who celebrate! Watch Whitney's performance of "I Love The Lord" from her 1997 "Classic Whitney" Special - link in bio. 💐
Whitney Houston
On April 10, 1993 (27 years ago today) "I Have Nothing" peaked at #4 on the Billboard R&B Music Charts. The song, written by David Foster and Linda Thompson and produced by Foster, was the third single from The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. The song is frequently performed on reality shows around the world, particularly American Idol.
Whitney Houston
The digital Whitney! Exhibit is open now! This @grammymuseum exhibit celebrates the vocal gift and genius that made her one of America’s musical treasures. Visit now – link in bio. #MuseumAtHome
Whitney Houston
If you missed the GRAMMY Museum's previous Whitney! exhibitions, the museum will be releasing a digital exhibit for Whitney on April 10. The digital exhibit will be available at https://grammymuseum.org (link in bio) featuring photos from the museum archive. The Whitney! exhibition was so successful that its initial Los Angeles run was extended in 2013. The exhibition later made its East Coast debut at the museum's Newark location, Whitney's hometown, in 2018-2019. The GRAMMY Museum® is releasing free digital content on its website while it is closed due to COVID-19.
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Wishing @clivejdavis a very happy birthday!
Whitney Houston
🎶'Cause your love is my love And my love is your love 🎶 We’re thinking of everyone during this time. Stay safe. 💜
Whitney Houston
Whitney's first TV concert "Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston" aired on HBO TV on March 31, 1991 (29 years ago today). The show was broadcast live from a naval hanger at the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia for 3,500 servicemen and women returning from the Gulf War. [Link in bio for full video] After performing the Star Spangled Banner at The Super Bowl a couple of months earlier, Whitney decided to carry it over to a concert to honor the troops and their families. HBO agreed to "unscramble" their signal to make the show available to over 50 million households and it gave them their highest ratings at the time. Whitney said this about the experience: "Until I spent time with these military people, I didn't really appreciate how special they are. I was surrounded by courteous, brave men and women...I sang my heart out to them...and still felt them give more in return."
Whitney Houston
Whitney's version of The Star Spangled Banner was originally released as a single in 1991, shortly after she performed the song at the Super Bowl XXV. It peaked at Number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 on March 30, 1991 (29 years ago today). Ten years later, when it was re-released after 9/11, it peaked at Number 6.
Whitney Houston
Check out the #WhitneySongChallenge on stories — and share your favorite tunes! 🎶
Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” is among the newest recordings inducted into the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress! Link in bio for more details ✨
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Remembering Aretha on her birthday.
Whitney Houston
The rescheduled 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on Saturday, November 7, 2020 at Public Auditorium in Cleveland, Ohio and will be broadcasted live at 8 p.m. EST on HBO. Link in bio for more details.
Whitney Houston
Happy birthday @chakaikhan! Link in bio for full video.
Whitney Houston
On March 20, 1999 (21 years ago today), Whitney's song "Heartbreak Hotel" peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. (It had peaked at #1 on the R&B charts in February of '99). The song was the second single from her My Love Is Your Love Album and featured Faith Evans and Kelly Price during the choruses and bridge. It went on to receive 2 Grammy nominations at the 2000 Grammy Awards.
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💜 Repost: @arianagrande
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Clive Davis recalls the first time hearing Whitney sing “The Greatest Love of All,” which was released as a single on this day in 1986. Preorder the deluxe vinyl edition of ‘Whitney Houston’ now — it includes Peaches & Cream vinyl and a 40 page hardcover photo book. Link in bio ✨
Whitney Houston
Whitney's song "Exhale (Shoop Shoop) peaked at Number 5 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts on March 16, 1996 (24 years ago today). A perfect song for today's times....(Link in bio for full video)
Whitney Houston
On March 14, 1991 (29 years ago today), Whitney commenced her "I'm Your Baby Tonight" world tour in support of her album of the same name. The tour played two dates in Japan (Yokohama on March 14 and 15) and then went on to the U.S. and Europe, with a total of 96 shows worldwide. On this tour, Whitney and crew expanded the use of elaborate lighting and stage effects.
Whitney Houston
On March 11, 2000 (20 years ago today), "I Learned From the Best", the fifth single from Whitney's album My Love Is Your Love, peaked at Number 13 on the Billboard R&B singles charts. The song was written by Diane Warren and the video was filmed in Cologne, Germany while Whitney was on tour. [Link in bio for full vdeo]
Whitney Houston
34 years ago today, Whitney's debut album reached #1 on the charts after 50 weeks! You now have an opportunity to own a special edition limited vinyl release with a 40 page hardcover book containing essays and rare photos — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
The album “I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston” and single “You Give Good Love” have earned new RIAA Certifications! The “I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston” album is now Gold and the “You Give Good Love” digital single is now platinum! ✨
Whitney Houston
The celebration continues of Whitney Houston's legacy and music at #AnEveningWithWhitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour! UK, Europe, and Las Vegas dates on-sale now at WhitneyHouston.com (Link in bio) ✨ #WhitneyVegas
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DID YOU KNOW? When Whitney was first signed — and before stylists had entered her life, she would shop with her manager Danny G (Gittelman)'s wife, Sheila. The white gown worn in the “Greatest Love of All” music video was purchased during one of those shopping trips. It was bought at a boutique in a Boston mall for about $200. Watch the newly remastered 4K version of the video and get your special limited edition vinyl — link in bio! #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
Remembering Bobbi Kristina on her birthday.💜
Whitney Houston
Following a 24-city European tour, the boundary-breaking hologram concert, An Evening with Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Concert will make its North American debut with an extended residency at @FlamingoVegas! Tickets for #WhitneyVegas go on sale this Friday, March 6, at 10 am online.
Whitney Houston
“I didn’t know that it would be one of the best-selling debut albums of all time.” – Whitney Houston shared her thoughts on the success of her debut album. #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
Here's a recap from the An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour in Sheffield, UK!
Whitney Houston
On February 25, 1988 (32 years ago today), "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" was released as the fourth single from Whitney Houston's second album "Whitney". The song was written by Frank Wildhorn (who also wrote Broadway hit musical "Jekyll & Hyde") and Chuck Jackson and produced by Narada Michael Walden. The song became Number One, Houston's seventh consecutive number-one single in the U.S., a record for consecutive number-one singles to this day. The video was directed by Peter Israelson (who also directed her video for The Greatest Love of All). Much of the video was shot in the Soho area of downtown Manhattan NYC.(Link in bio for full video)
Whitney Houston
On February 24, 1997 (23 years ago today), "Step By Step", Whitney's second single from "The Preacher's Wife" soundtrack was released. The song was originally written and recorded by Annie Lennox - Whitney did a re-worked version and Annie provided backing vocals for her rendition. Billboard called the song "one of the shining moments on the soundtrack to The Preacher's Wife.." The video was directed by Paul Hunter. [Link in bio for full video]
Whitney Houston
Here’s a peek into An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour! ✨ Opening night kicks off tomorrow in Sheffield, UK. See link in bio for all dates & info!
Whitney Houston
Preorder the exclusive reissue of ‘Whitney Houston’: a 2LP box set with 180g peaches & cream marble vinyl and a 40-page hardcover book including rare photos, essays and lyrics. This is the definitive edition of the album, packaged together with the previously Japan-only release Whitney Dancin' Special. [Preorder via link in bio] #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
On February 20, 1993 (27 years ago), "I Have Nothing" was released as a single. This was the third Whitney Houston single from The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack album and was written by David Foster and Linda Thompson and produced by Foster. The song went on to receive several nominations including Best Original Song at the 1993 Academy Awards and Best R&B Single, Female at the 1994 Soul Train Awards. The video was intercut with scenes from the film. (Watch full video - link in bio)
Whitney Houston
“It became a standard in my career that people love to hear all the time.” – Whitney Houston on the making of “Greatest Love Of All” ❤️Listen now — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
Listen to 'Whitney Houston Essentials' on @tidal! (Link in bio) #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
Whitney’s “How Will I Know” hit No.1 on the Hot 100, R&B Chart and Adult Contemporary Chart on February 15, 1986. Listen to this track and the other hits from her debut album on @applemusic — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
"The one song we were sure about … a standard song that would last through a lifetime of songs was “The Greatest Love Of All.” – Whitney Houston Listen to “The Greatest Love Of All” and more of Whitney’s hits on @amazonmusic - link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
‘Whitney Houston’ sold over 22 million copies, making it one of the best-selling albums of all time. Listen on @spotify — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
It’s been 35 years since the release of Whitney Houston’s debut album, including the timeless hit “Greatest Love Of All.” Celebrate with the newly remastered 4K version of the music video (@youtube and @applemusic) and new vinyl reissue! (Link in bio) #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
To celebrate the 35th Anniversary of ‘Whitney Houston,’ Vinyl Me, Please is releasing an exclusive reissue of the debut album: a 2LP box set with 180g peaches & cream marble vinyl and a 40-page hardcover book including rare photos, essays and lyrics. This is the definitive edition of the album, packaged together with the previously Japan-only release Whitney Dancin' Special. Preorder now — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
Whitney Houston
August 9, 1963 - February 11, 2012 💜
Whitney Houston
On February 8, 1992 (28 years ago), Whitney's song "I Belong To You" peaked at #10 on the Billboard R&B charts. The song is from her third album "I'm Your Baby Tonight" and was released in October, 1991 as the fifth single. Written by Derek Bramble and Franne Gold, it was produced by Narada Michael Walden, one of Whitney's favorite go-to producers. Mike Tyson makes an appearance in the video.
Whitney Houston
Join us in celebrating the music & legacy of Whitney Houston during an unforgettable evening! European dates live now on AnEveningWithWhitney.com #AnEveningWithWhitney Hologram Tour
Whitney Houston
One woman with one incredible voice. It’s no wonder Whitney Houston’s Star Spangled Banner performance is #TheMostSearched on @google. #BlackHistoryMonth
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January 30, 1999 (21 years ago today) Whitney and Mariah Carey's duet "When You Believe" for the film "The Prince of Egypt" peaked at Number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100.
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On January 29, 1994 (26 years ago today), "Queen of the Night" reached Number One on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Charts. It was the fifth and final single from the multi-platinum soundtrack The Bodyguard. The song was written by LA Reid and Babyface, along with Daryl Simmons and Whitney and became her fifth Number One dance single. The music video is the full performance Whitney gives in the movie.
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    On April 23, 1988 (32 years ago today), Whitney's incredible record of being the only artist with seven consecutive Number One singles was set as the song "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" reached the top of Billboard Hot 100 after nine weeks. This record still stands today. [Link in bio for full video]
  • Whitney Houston

    Today is Luther Vandross's birthday. He would have been 69. He and Whitney were great friends and here he is pictured with Whitney and Jackee Harry backstage after one of Whitney's shows at the L.A. Forum.
  • Whitney Houston

    What Whitney song are you listening to at home today? #StayHomeStaySafe Link in bio to listen to Whitney's Top Tracks.
  • Whitney Houston

    On April 16, 1991 (29 years ago today) "Miracle", Whitney's third single from her "I'm Your Baby Tonight" album was released. The song was written and produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface. The song entered the Billboard Hot 100 charts at 63, stayed on the chart for 14 weeks and peaked at #9, becoming her 13th Top Ten hit. Link in bio for full video.
  • Whitney Houston

    "We Didn't Know" - Whitney's duet with Stevie Wonder was released by Arista Records as the sixth and final single from her "I'm Your Baby Tonight" album 28 years ago today (14 April 1992). "We Didn't Know" was an R&B only release in the US where it peaked at Number 20 on the Billboard R&B singles chart. The song was written by Stevie Wonder and produced by Stevie and Vincent Herbert.
  • Whitney Houston

    Wishing a Happy Joyous Easter to all who celebrate! Watch Whitney's performance of "I Love The Lord" from her 1997 "Classic Whitney" Special - link in bio. 💐
  • Whitney Houston

    On April 10, 1993 (27 years ago today) "I Have Nothing" peaked at #4 on the Billboard R&B Music Charts. The song, written by David Foster and Linda Thompson and produced by Foster, was the third single from The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. The song is frequently performed on reality shows around the world, particularly American Idol.
  • Whitney Houston

    The digital Whitney! Exhibit is open now! This @grammymuseum exhibit celebrates the vocal gift and genius that made her one of America’s musical treasures. Visit now – link in bio. #MuseumAtHome
  • Whitney Houston

    If you missed the GRAMMY Museum's previous Whitney! exhibitions, the museum will be releasing a digital exhibit for Whitney on April 10. The digital exhibit will be available at https://grammymuseum.org (link in bio) featuring photos from the museum archive. The Whitney! exhibition was so successful that its initial Los Angeles run was extended in 2013. The exhibition later made its East Coast debut at the museum's Newark location, Whitney's hometown, in 2018-2019. The GRAMMY Museum® is releasing free digital content on its website while it is closed due to COVID-19.
  • Whitney Houston

    Wishing @clivejdavis a very happy birthday!
  • Whitney Houston

    🎶'Cause your love is my love And my love is your love 🎶 We’re thinking of everyone during this time. Stay safe. 💜
  • Whitney Houston

    Whitney's first TV concert "Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston" aired on HBO TV on March 31, 1991 (29 years ago today). The show was broadcast live from a naval hanger at the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia for 3,500 servicemen and women returning from the Gulf War. [Link in bio for full video] After performing the Star Spangled Banner at The Super Bowl a couple of months earlier, Whitney decided to carry it over to a concert to honor the troops and their families. HBO agreed to "unscramble" their signal to make the show available to over 50 million households and it gave them their highest ratings at the time. Whitney said this about the experience: "Until I spent time with these military people, I didn't really appreciate how special they are. I was surrounded by courteous, brave men and women...I sang my heart out to them...and still felt them give more in return."
  • Whitney Houston

    Whitney's version of The Star Spangled Banner was originally released as a single in 1991, shortly after she performed the song at the Super Bowl XXV. It peaked at Number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 on March 30, 1991 (29 years ago today). Ten years later, when it was re-released after 9/11, it peaked at Number 6.
  • Whitney Houston

    Check out the #WhitneySongChallenge on stories — and share your favorite tunes! 🎶
  • Whitney Houston

    Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” is among the newest recordings inducted into the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress! Link in bio for more details ✨
  • Whitney Houston

    Remembering Aretha on her birthday.
  • Whitney Houston

    The rescheduled 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on Saturday, November 7, 2020 at Public Auditorium in Cleveland, Ohio and will be broadcasted live at 8 p.m. EST on HBO. Link in bio for more details.
  • Whitney Houston

    Happy birthday @chakaikhan! Link in bio for full video.
  • Whitney Houston

    On March 20, 1999 (21 years ago today), Whitney's song "Heartbreak Hotel" peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. (It had peaked at #1 on the R&B charts in February of '99). The song was the second single from her My Love Is Your Love Album and featured Faith Evans and Kelly Price during the choruses and bridge. It went on to receive 2 Grammy nominations at the 2000 Grammy Awards.
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    💜 Repost: @arianagrande
  • Whitney Houston

    Clive Davis recalls the first time hearing Whitney sing “The Greatest Love of All,” which was released as a single on this day in 1986. Preorder the deluxe vinyl edition of ‘Whitney Houston’ now — it includes Peaches & Cream vinyl and a 40 page hardcover photo book. Link in bio ✨
  • Whitney Houston

    Whitney's song "Exhale (Shoop Shoop) peaked at Number 5 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts on March 16, 1996 (24 years ago today). A perfect song for today's times....(Link in bio for full video)
  • Whitney Houston

    On March 14, 1991 (29 years ago today), Whitney commenced her "I'm Your Baby Tonight" world tour in support of her album of the same name. The tour played two dates in Japan (Yokohama on March 14 and 15) and then went on to the U.S. and Europe, with a total of 96 shows worldwide. On this tour, Whitney and crew expanded the use of elaborate lighting and stage effects.
  • Whitney Houston

    On March 11, 2000 (20 years ago today), "I Learned From the Best", the fifth single from Whitney's album My Love Is Your Love, peaked at Number 13 on the Billboard R&B singles charts. The song was written by Diane Warren and the video was filmed in Cologne, Germany while Whitney was on tour. [Link in bio for full vdeo]
  • Whitney Houston

    34 years ago today, Whitney's debut album reached #1 on the charts after 50 weeks! You now have an opportunity to own a special edition limited vinyl release with a 40 page hardcover book containing essays and rare photos — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    The album “I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston” and single “You Give Good Love” have earned new RIAA Certifications! The “I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston” album is now Gold and the “You Give Good Love” digital single is now platinum! ✨
  • Whitney Houston

    The celebration continues of Whitney Houston's legacy and music at #AnEveningWithWhitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour! UK, Europe, and Las Vegas dates on-sale now at WhitneyHouston.com (Link in bio) ✨ #WhitneyVegas
  • Whitney Houston

    DID YOU KNOW? When Whitney was first signed — and before stylists had entered her life, she would shop with her manager Danny G (Gittelman)'s wife, Sheila. The white gown worn in the “Greatest Love of All” music video was purchased during one of those shopping trips. It was bought at a boutique in a Boston mall for about $200. Watch the newly remastered 4K version of the video and get your special limited edition vinyl — link in bio! #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    Remembering Bobbi Kristina on her birthday.💜
  • Whitney Houston

    Following a 24-city European tour, the boundary-breaking hologram concert, An Evening with Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Concert will make its North American debut with an extended residency at @FlamingoVegas! Tickets for #WhitneyVegas go on sale this Friday, March 6, at 10 am online.
  • Whitney Houston

    “I didn’t know that it would be one of the best-selling debut albums of all time.” – Whitney Houston shared her thoughts on the success of her debut album. #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    Here's a recap from the An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour in Sheffield, UK!
  • Whitney Houston

    On February 25, 1988 (32 years ago today), "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" was released as the fourth single from Whitney Houston's second album "Whitney". The song was written by Frank Wildhorn (who also wrote Broadway hit musical "Jekyll & Hyde") and Chuck Jackson and produced by Narada Michael Walden. The song became Number One, Houston's seventh consecutive number-one single in the U.S., a record for consecutive number-one singles to this day. The video was directed by Peter Israelson (who also directed her video for The Greatest Love of All). Much of the video was shot in the Soho area of downtown Manhattan NYC.(Link in bio for full video)
  • Whitney Houston

    On February 24, 1997 (23 years ago today), "Step By Step", Whitney's second single from "The Preacher's Wife" soundtrack was released. The song was originally written and recorded by Annie Lennox - Whitney did a re-worked version and Annie provided backing vocals for her rendition. Billboard called the song "one of the shining moments on the soundtrack to The Preacher's Wife.." The video was directed by Paul Hunter. [Link in bio for full video]
  • Whitney Houston

    Here’s a peek into An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour! ✨ Opening night kicks off tomorrow in Sheffield, UK. See link in bio for all dates & info!
  • Whitney Houston

    Preorder the exclusive reissue of ‘Whitney Houston’: a 2LP box set with 180g peaches & cream marble vinyl and a 40-page hardcover book including rare photos, essays and lyrics. This is the definitive edition of the album, packaged together with the previously Japan-only release Whitney Dancin' Special. [Preorder via link in bio] #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    On February 20, 1993 (27 years ago), "I Have Nothing" was released as a single. This was the third Whitney Houston single from The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack album and was written by David Foster and Linda Thompson and produced by Foster. The song went on to receive several nominations including Best Original Song at the 1993 Academy Awards and Best R&B Single, Female at the 1994 Soul Train Awards. The video was intercut with scenes from the film. (Watch full video - link in bio)
  • Whitney Houston

    “It became a standard in my career that people love to hear all the time.” – Whitney Houston on the making of “Greatest Love Of All” ❤️Listen now — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    Listen to 'Whitney Houston Essentials' on @tidal! (Link in bio) #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    Whitney’s “How Will I Know” hit No.1 on the Hot 100, R&B Chart and Adult Contemporary Chart on February 15, 1986. Listen to this track and the other hits from her debut album on @applemusic — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    "The one song we were sure about … a standard song that would last through a lifetime of songs was “The Greatest Love Of All.” – Whitney Houston Listen to “The Greatest Love Of All” and more of Whitney’s hits on @amazonmusic - link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
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    ‘Whitney Houston’ sold over 22 million copies, making it one of the best-selling albums of all time. Listen on @spotify — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    It’s been 35 years since the release of Whitney Houston’s debut album, including the timeless hit “Greatest Love Of All.” Celebrate with the newly remastered 4K version of the music video (@youtube and @applemusic) and new vinyl reissue! (Link in bio) #WhitneyHouston35
  • Whitney Houston

    To celebrate the 35th Anniversary of ‘Whitney Houston,’ Vinyl Me, Please is releasing an exclusive reissue of the debut album: a 2LP box set with 180g peaches & cream marble vinyl and a 40-page hardcover book including rare photos, essays and lyrics. This is the definitive edition of the album, packaged together with the previously Japan-only release Whitney Dancin' Special. Preorder now — link in bio. #WhitneyHouston35
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    August 9, 1963 - February 11, 2012 💜
  • Whitney Houston

    On February 8, 1992 (28 years ago), Whitney's song "I Belong To You" peaked at #10 on the Billboard R&B charts. The song is from her third album "I'm Your Baby Tonight" and was released in October, 1991 as the fifth single. Written by Derek Bramble and Franne Gold, it was produced by Narada Michael Walden, one of Whitney's favorite go-to producers. Mike Tyson makes an appearance in the video.
  • Whitney Houston

    Join us in celebrating the music & legacy of Whitney Houston during an unforgettable evening! European dates live now on AnEveningWithWhitney.com #AnEveningWithWhitney Hologram Tour
  • Whitney Houston

    One woman with one incredible voice. It’s no wonder Whitney Houston’s Star Spangled Banner performance is #TheMostSearched on @google. #BlackHistoryMonth
  • Whitney Houston

    January 30, 1999 (21 years ago today) Whitney and Mariah Carey's duet "When You Believe" for the film "The Prince of Egypt" peaked at Number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Whitney Houston

    On January 29, 1994 (26 years ago today), "Queen of the Night" reached Number One on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Charts. It was the fifth and final single from the multi-platinum soundtrack The Bodyguard. The song was written by LA Reid and Babyface, along with Daryl Simmons and Whitney and became her fifth Number One dance single. The music video is the full performance Whitney gives in the movie.
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