Whitney Houston | I’m Every Woman (Acapella)
imagining watching the video in the den
This is me. I'm inquisitive and unconventional without trying to be a rebel. Perpetual anger is a bore and I think sarcasm is weak. Here's the best summation of what you'll get here:
We won't always agree. I only require one thing: Be real with yourself for a second.
I don't follow back unless i love the blog
TODAY I AM IN LOVE WITH: ...
Aaliyah - 2001 - plane crash at 22
Left Eye - 2002 - car crash at 30
Luther Vandross - 2005 - heart attack at 53
Gerald Levert - 2006 - accidental drug overdose at 40
Michael Jackson - 2009 - homicide (doctor fed a drug addiction) at 50
Heavy D - 2011 - Pulmonary Embolism (a blood clot in the lungs) at 44
Whitney Houston - 2012 - drowning (drug use and drug use-related coronary disease led to accidental drowning) at 48
These people were who made me love music as a child or who were important to the people around me. They all shaped what music should sound like for me. How dance should look and feel, how a true vocalist should sound and feel, how emotions should be stirred, what a verse should sound like, how i should be able to print your verse and read it like a book and get something from it. They’re all dead and only one made it past 50. My childhood is fucking gone and way too damn soon…and I feel some type of way about that.
Luther Vandross BioDoc — “Weighty Issues” (by Stephanie Frederic)
How Whitney Houston and Dionne Warwick helped him realize that we would stand behind him regardless of what he looked like… we just wanted to hear him sing.
Whitney was a supportive woman…every artist who has come across her had great things to say.
Whitney. Whitney. WHITNEY.
do y’all think Whitney knew we were rooting for her? Even many of the people who were making jokes were hoping, maybe even praying that she would completely recover and be able to return to what she loved to do. We knew her voice wouldn’t be the same, but maybe she’d be able to nurse it back to something she could work with. Do you think she realized that…how much we really wanted her to prosper again, that is?