On May 25, 1985, Whitney’s first single from her debut album, “You Give Good Love,” reached #1 on the Billboard R&B chart. The song, written by Kashif and LaLa, had originally been offered to Roberta Flack, but Kashif was convinced it would be a great song for Whitney. “You Give Good Love” won Favorite Soul/R&B Single at the 13th Annual American Music Awards and was nominated for a GRAMMY in the R&B category in 1986. The video was directed by Sir Michael Lindsay-Hogg who had worked with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.
DID YOU KNOW? Whitney won an unprecedented 11 trophies at the Billboard Music Awards in 1993 for The Bodyguard Soundtrack, which went on to become the biggest selling soundtrack in music history! Catch this year’s awards tonight on NBC!
The #WHITNEY team at the World Premiere at #Cannes2018. Read a review of the film at The Hollywood Reporter.
Hours before the film’s World Premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, experience the official U.S. trailer for Whitney The Film. The voice. The icon. The untold true story. #Whitney #ILoveYouWhitney
A Legend. Forever. #WHITNEY U.S. trailer debuts TOMORROW. #ILoveYouWhitney