Released: 21st June 1999.
Whitney Houston is like a chameleon. First she straightens her hair and gets Rodney Jerkins to make her a Brandy-style single. Now she's given her hair an afro-look, recruits Wyclef to help her go "back to her roots" and make a Lauryn Hill song! The result is an excellent mellow track, and it even has some words sung by her daughter, Bobbi.
At first hearing, this is just an average R&B track, similar to "It's Not Right But It's Okay", but not as catchy. And then you find yourself singing it in your sleep! Almost certainly a Top 10 hit for Whitney, and it will probably see her album of the same name gain more success.