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15 July 2009

Last night, Whitney Houston and Clive Davis were in London to unveil “I Look To You” to a select group of VIPs and members of the press. Check out some pictures from the night below! We’ll have video footage from this event very soon as well. Make sure to sign up for Whitney’s email list to be the first to see the upcoming video!

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13 July 2009

The sixth video in the countdown is the smash hit “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay”, off Whitney’s fourth studio album My Love Is Your Love. The video features her in a sleek leather gown, black collar and sexy maroon lipstick confidently throwing off a cheating lover. Whitney not only looks great, she feels great: her spirit and resilience draws us in to her every move. “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay” was 1 of 3 singles off My Love Is Your Love to top Billboard’s Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart and earned Whitney her sixth Grammy award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance in 2000. A song about strength and survival, “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay” is truly a Whitney Houston classic.

And the best thing about “It’ Not Right But It’s Okay” is that it’s a twofer…the remix is just as amazing! Featured off Whitney’s 2000 Greatest Hits Collection, this remix really knows how to get a party started. Check out the video here!

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08 July 2009

Next up on Whitney’s video countdown is “Exhale (Shoop Shoop).” If any Whitney Houston video could possibly be called ‘simple,’ then “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)” is it, as the clip consists mostly of close-ups – albeit stunningly beautiful ones – of Whitney as she relates the song’s shrewd post-breakup advice, intercut with scenes from her blockbuster 1995 film, Waiting to Exhale. Also featured on the movie’s soundtrack, naturally, the song written and produced by Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds became only the 3rd single in U.S. history to enter the Billboard Hot 100 Chart at #1, spent 20 weeks in the Top 40, was duly certified platinum, and later won the Grammy Award for ‘Best R&B Song.’

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06 July 2009

ABC’s Good Morning America has announced that Whitney Houston will kick off their Fall Concert Series in September! Click Here to watch the video announcement and sign up for Whitney’s Newsletter to receive updates via email!

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02 July 2009

Perhaps more than any other video and single from Whitney’s self-titled first album, “How Will I Know,” helped make the budding superstar a staple on MTV. Directed by Brian Grant, the high energy clip featured Whitney interacting with animated dancers against a backdrop of vivid colors, and if you watch closely the final time that Whitney sings “I’m asking you ’cause you know about these things,” you’ll get a glimpse of her Godmother, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin! Released in November 1985, the single reached the top of the Billboard Singles Chart by February 15, becoming Whitney’s second #1 single, and, ironically, displacing her cousin, Dionne Warwick’s “That’s What Friends Are For.”

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