Whitney Houston: Your Choice for Top R&B Female

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But by 2012, it appeared that she was on the way to a comeback, starring in the remake of “Sparkle” and singing on the movie’s revamped soundtrack. Unfortunately, Houston would not live to realize a career revitalization. The night before the 2012 Grammy Awards on February 11, Houston was found dead of a drug overdose in her Los Angeles hotel room. Her funeral, which included tributes by “The Bodyguard” co-stsr Kevin Costner, Alicia Keys, her longtime label head and mentor Clive Davis and others was broadcast live on CNN.

Whitney may not have lived as long a life as either she or her fans would have wanted but her legacy of musical perfection will endure. As of now, she is the artist most performed by “American Idol” hopefuls. We can only hope that Houston has finally found the peace in death that she tried so hard to find in life.

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  2. I like quite a bit of Whitney’s music. I maybe the only person here to say this, but her biggest hit ‘I Will Always Love You’ is not one of my favorites. It’s undoubtedly a beautiful song, but it’s not one of my favorite Whitney songs.

    • Agree.IWALY is a beautiful song but she did a lot more beautiful and powerful songs than that she has a whole list full people need to check them out.

    • I agree also. It is a beautiful song, but after hearing it twice an hour, every hour, for 6 months in ’92/’93, it does nothing for me now. I am completely hooked on her live stuff, via YouTube, from ’85-’96. Goosebumps every time.

  3. (Talk about timing) I loved Whitney’s music, that is, until she was ‘down with dope.’ Stories like these kind of change my opinion about folks, true that, however, I still do not think that Whitney was the best ever and I hadn’t liked how narrow the selections were. I am glad that she gets props for being the person she was at peak of her career.

    • Her personal life is neither yours or anybody else concern people like you need to get a life.Her fans didn’t and still don’t care about her private life so why in the hell should you.Everything Whitney touched turned to gold so whether she did drugs or ate dog crap for breakfast it doesn’t matter she still out shined them all.

  4. I’m glad people pick her, but the best of all time really is Ms Franklin and it’s so hard to pick because it is so many I can’t begin to count. Glady’s, Regina Bell, Natial Cole, Ms Chane, . So many I lost count.

    • of course they’d pick Whitney she was the first woman in history to debut at number one on the billboard charts.Aretha Franklin may have crack the door open for women in the music industry but Whitney Houston kicked the door down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!end of story.

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