I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston. As The Singer’s Great Hits Album Is Released, We Look Back...
> Whitney Houston's Greatest Hits! - How Will I Know
How Will I Know is over 25 years old but STILL packs out any dancefloor, any time of the night. The feel-good classic was taken off her first album, Whitney Houston, in 1985.
I Wanna Dance With Somebody
Another classic from Whitney, this time from 1988. Who hasn't sung a tipsy karaoke rendition of this at an office Christmas party? Hmm?
Queen of the Night
When The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack album was released in 1992 - featuring this song - it broke the record for the most one-week sales twice and made chart history. It also saw a new, edgier side of Whitney.
I Will Always Love You
Simply one of the greatest songs of all time. Sure, Dolly Parton takes credit for penning and first releasing this song, but Whitney's stunning cover, synonymous with The Bodyguard, 1992, is one of the best selling singles of all time by a female artist.
My Love Is Your Love
This track was taken from the 1998 album of the same name, Whitney's fourth studio album and her first in eight years. It was soulful, urban and this track became Whitney's third best-selling single ever.
No, not the Elvis song. Also taken from her My Love Is Your Love album, this cool R&B track featured Faith Evans and Kelly Price. Hawt.
It's Not Right But It's OK
Whitney won the 200 Grammy Award, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for this 1999 track. It reached number one in the US and Spain and number 3 in the UK.