Whitney Houston: For the Record
By the best selling author of 'Michael Jackson: For The Record' Whitney Houston exploded on the music scene in 1985. Her self-titled album quickly became the best selling debut by a female artist, her second album was the first by a female artist to debut at no.1 in the States, and when she had seven consecutive chart toppers on Billboard's Hot 100, she smashed a record set by the Beatles and the Bee Gees. Whitney's first film, The Bodyguard, grossed over $410 million, and the lead single from the soundtrack - a cover of Dolly Parton's I Will Always Love You - topped charts all over the world, and is one of the best selling singles of all-time. Marriage, motherhood and difficult times followed, but Whitney made a successful comeback in 2009 when I LOOK TO YOU, her first studio album for six years, debuted at no.1 in the States. This is the story of Whitney and her music...
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