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12 August 2009

“I’m Your Baby Tonight” was the first single from Whitney’s third studio album of the same name and quickly became her eighth number one hit. Boasting production by L.A. Reid and Babyface, the song was also Whitney’s eleventh Top 10 hit and stayed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for an impressive nineteen weeks. A tribute to the many artists and musical genres that have influenced her career, the “I’m Your Baby Tonight” video opens with some fantastic Whitney headshots, before shifting to scenes of Whitney dancing in her NYC aparment. As she sings, Whitney is drawn to a dancer’s silhouette in the room (perhaps the spirit of music or entertaining?), which suddenly transports her onto a stage in full costume. The video then proceeds to jump between these two alternate facets of Whitney’s personality: the entertainer and the regular person – before converging at the end, when the silhouette finally takes human form and rides off with Whitney on a motorcycle. What do you think Whitney is trying to tell us with this expressive video?

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11 August 2009

On the heels of Whitney’s highly-anticipated new album, I Look To You, Good Morning America has put together an entire page focusing on the upcoming release and legendary career of Whitney Houston. The page is full of great Whitney videos, a “Whitney Through The Years” photo gallery and different news articles about her new album. If thats not enough to keep you busy, they also have a great

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10 August 2009

Whitney Houston celebrated her birthday yesterday and all of us here at www.WhitneyHouston.com want to send out our well wishes. Happy Birthday Whitney! Let’s do our part to make this year the best year for Whitney!

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07 August 2009

The Bodyguard is still one of the best selling movie soundtracks of all-time and the next video on our countdown, “Run To You,” was Whitney’s fourth and last single to be released from this worldwide smash. Like the other videos from The Bodyguard, “Run To You” is predominantly compiled from clips of the movie, but it also devotes plenty of time to stunning close-ups of Whitney herself. As she sings, Whitney takes on an angelic bearing while reciting the song’s deeply romantic lyrics, and is later shown running towards the viewer out of a sea of clouds, in reference to the song’s title, naturally. “Run To You” would make it to #10 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart and #15 on the UK Singles Chart, and was later nominated for a 1992 Academy Award for “Best Original Song,” along with the third single from The Bodyguard soundtrack (and video 8 on our countdown), “I Have Nothing”.




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05 August 2009

Rolling Stone features a great article on Whitney’s new album I Look To You, available everywhere August 31st. The preview article gives a snapshot into the many different producers and songwriters who contributed to the new album and insight into a few album tracks. Check it out below!

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