10 best songs Whitney Houston
10 best songs Whitney Houston - Whitney Houston died on the 4th floor of a room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday (11/2) afternoon local time. Houston popularity always be remembered through his songs are known around the world.
Here are 10 best songs Whitney Houston:
10. How Will I Know - Written in 1985, and sung Houston to touch a number of music lovers from various genres, including R & B, dance, pop and adult contemporary. This song lasts for two weeks on the charts, and recorded a second song Houston ranks number one. Joy looks through a video clip of this song, which shows that Houston has found love.
9. Saving All My Love for You - This song is the sixth that broke through the first rank a variety of charts in the world. Known as the best romantic song ever sung by a female singer. Its mellow with jazzy background, adds a romantic feel to this song.
8. Greatest Love of All - Entrance in Houston's debut album. The song was touted as the best song ever sung. Managed to survive for three weeks as number one on the charts. In a video clip of the song is also radiated beauty born singer Newark, New Jersey.
7. I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) - The song was also immediately rocketed to the top of the charts. At the time this song was on, Houston won a Grammy for the category "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance". Video clip of this song shows bright side of Houston, drumming, dancing, and enjoyed his performance, in his search for the exact figure of the man.
6. Didn `t We Almost Have It All? - Noted as Houston's second single and second single from the album was ranked first taken from the name. At the Grammy awards in 1988, the song was nominated for "Song of the Year". Video clip of the song is different from the other, containing the Houston appearance in Saratoga Springs, New York, United States.
5. So Emotional - is one of a number of songs that have hit Houston upbeat tempo. Again, the song was recorded as the Houston ranks first Billboard Top 100. The single managed to become number one, despite having to compete with the songs of The Beatles.
4. Where do Broken Hearts Go? - Single seventh from Houston who reached number one on the Billboard charts. Through this song, Houston topped the top of the charts, then print the record owner of the largest song at number one.
3. I `m Your Baby Tonight - Houston trying to increase the urban R & B in this song. The single, again, bring this black singer to the top of the stairs lgu diverse. Sensual video clip of this song suggests the confidence of Houston as a woman who was in love.
2. The Star Spangled Banner - Whitney Houston sang the national anthem of the United States is the lag time Super Bowl XXV in 1991. Houston then record this song as a symbol for the United States, as well as for fundraising. After the events of 9/11, the recording of the song was re-released and reached number six on the Billboard Hot 100.
1. I Will Always Love You - Easy to guess if the song is a trademark of Houston, although the original version of this song sung by Dolly Parton. Tops the Billboard Top Hot 100 and listed as one of the world's most popular singles, while the last in the world charts for 14 weeks. This song is the soundtrack of the film premiere Houston, The Bodyguard. Video clip of the single contains a combination of a number of scenes in this film and Houston solo action.