I was waiting for the Whitney Houston one to come out so I could discuss my opinion of it, obviously. So the running total is I really would love to know your thoughts though, so please comment or tweet me and let me know:. That way, you might learn about some new songs, and I get to throw around my Whitney knowledge like the over-intense fan that I am. You can click on each title to open a new tab with the song, so you can listen to it while you read my review. Not only is this by far the worst Whitney Houston song ever, it may, in fact, be the worst song ever. She was 19 when she sang this. Also, that saxophone? This one is a great lesson for session singers: You may do some terrible songs in your career.
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Taking into account audio and video streams since records began in , we reveal the Top 20 most played Whitney Houston hits. First, some highlights:. The Kygo-mixed track is currently rising through the ranks of the Official Singles Chart, and already ranks at Number 15 just a few weeks after its release, with 7. Currently hovering in the Top 20, if the single continues to climb it could potentially chart higher than the original, which peaked at Number 13 in
The icon would have celebrated her 54th birthday on Wednesday. One of the most singular, spectacular voices in the history of pop music was silenced on Feb. But the icon — who would have celebrated her 54th birthday on Wednesday — left behind decades of high notes for her fans. Fun fact No. Producers Babyface and L.
Here is a list of what we think are the top 20 recordings of her career. Houston sang the song live from Central Park on Good Morning America soon after the single hit the charts , but it was clear by this point that her once magnificent voice had seen better days. Kelly sang the song at her funeral only three years later. This ballad was first recorded in by the Four Tops. They released it as a single and it peaked at No. Her new version peaked at No. The collaboration helped keep Houston fresh in the minds of young fans. Remixes helped it top the dance chart. Babyface wrote and produced "Exhale Shoop Shoop " for the soundtrack to the film "Waiting To Exhale," in which Houston had a starring role. This song became her 11th and final No.