REMEMBERING WHITNEY HOUSTON: 12 ICONIC ALBUM & SINGLE COVERS [PHOTOS]
In memory of Whitney Houston, Idolator has put together a gallery of 12 of the singer’s iconic album, soundtrack, and single covers. Robbie Daw writes, “As the world continues to contemplate the death of Whitney Houston, one thing remains certain: her legacy of best-selling albums and hit singles will carry on.” I couldn’t agree more. Enjoy these lovely photos of the incomparable Ms. Whitney Elizabeth Houston below:
Whitney’s debut LP “Whitney Houston” was released on Valentine’s Day in 1985 and produced such hits as “You Give Good Love,” “Saving All My Love For You (which won the singer the Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance),” “The Greatest Love Of All,” and “How Will I Know.”
“Saving All My Love For You” became Houston’s first chart-topping single in 1985 and kicked off her record streak of seven consecutive #1s on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Released in 1987, Whitney’s self-titled second album was certified 9x platinum and spawned the hits: “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me),” “Didn’t We Almost Have It All,” “So Emotional,” and “Where Do Broken Hearts Go.”