http://www.harpersbazaar.com.sg/life/ce ... /?slide=34For as long as she was around, Houston was a superstar, belting out hit after hit; 1992 marked the release of The Bodyguard, her stratospheric acting role. Watch the "I Have Nothing" video to see how amazingly effortless she makes her work seem.
http://www.billboard.com/articles/event ... e-jessie-j"Whitney Houston. We've got a video of me at 4 years old, watching her on TV and just being in absolute awe. She gave me so much courage to be loud and bold and have a big vibrato and a big voice. Also, Mariah Carey, Lauryn Hill, TLC and, dare I say it, Spice Girls. Women of confidence definitely drew my eye."
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https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/ent ... 519729001/Whitney Houston, Angela Bassett, Loretta Devine and Lela Rochon anchor the 1995 movie about four women going through life trials with love and career and family. But even if the men in their lives disappoint them, they are always there for each other in the emotional and heart-warming film.
http://tvline.com/2017/08/13/claws-tnt- ... -pregnant/This leads to a (hilarious) three-way wrestling match between Roller, Uncle Daddy and Bryce while Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” blasts over the strip-club speakers. God bless you, Claws.
http://www.radioandmusic.com/entertainm ... alinakshanArunaja who is well known for her voice that rings loud and powerful says, “For the audience, I might be a gospel turned RnB like a singer. But for me, I just see it as music. I’m a trained Carnatic classical singer, who happened to like gospel music a lot with lots a Whitney Houston influence. I think every artist has some kind of hybrid theory going on inside of them. Mine just happens to be very diverse and different. But at the end, it’s just music. But I’m glad it fancies a lot of people.
Expected to open in OctoberNippian93 wrote:Grammy Museum coming to Newark's Prudential Centerhttp://www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/2017/ ... enter.htmlNEWARK -- The soundtrack of the Garden State will be on full display this fall -- the Grammy Museum is coming to Newark's Prudential Center.
The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live and the Prudential Center announced the partnership on Tuesday, flanked by young Jersey performers and iconic artists like soul singer, Emily "Cissy" Houston, mother of the late Whitney Houston.
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