Lili wrote:definitely looking forward to following this chart cuz my boy Muzik's got good taste!
I know I'm not waiting too long between each artist but I don't want to drag this out for too long - I don't want people to get sick of it!!
So gettin' back into it then!
#46. WHITNEY HOUSTON
Place of origin:
The Bodyguard movie and soundtrack back in '92!
Her drug habit exposé and the flop of Just Whitney
Biggest single: I Will Always Love You
Biggest album: The Bodyguard
The director of Whit's I Wanna Dance With Somebody
video ordered her to stop dancing because she looked completely uncooridinated.
My Top 5:
1. It's Not Right, But It's OK
2. I Will Always Love You
3. My Love Is Your Love
4. When You Believe (with Mariah Carey)
5. Shoop Shoop (Exhale)
Don't yell at me because she's only number 46! To be honest, there's quite a few of her songs I don't like. I guess I only really started liking her with the release of The Bodyguard soundtrack. She has a beautiful voice and sings with power and strength. Her recent drug-bust hasn't changed my mind about her - she's still a hella-talented woman with a back-catalog of hits most artists only dream about. It's Not Right, But It's OK
is a wicked hard-hitting R&b tune that it is insanely catchy and my fave Whit song of all time. Of course, she's had her fair share of great power-ballads too!