In life, it’s a title Whitney Houston wore without competition and since her passing a tag she continues to embody.
The diva’s longtime mentor Clive Davis has made it duty to ensure the latter remains unchanged. For, today, the industry great stopped by the Today Show to announce the release of a brand new Houston album.
Christened ‘Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances‘, the CD/DVD set will tribute the many iconic live moments from the late, great vocalist – who died aged 48 in 2012.
Due on November 10th, the LP – according to Davis – has the blessing of the star’s family, who have been assisting with the tracklist selection. In total, the set will comprise of 16 songs and 19 video performances.
Check out the announcement video below…
We are entirely “here” for this.
Beyond our stance that it should almost be compulsory to celebrate Whitney’s other-worldy voice, we also feel the release worthwhile because it’ll help introduce the greatness that IS her gift to a new generation of singers.
And while the circumstances surrounding Houston’s death still sadden us, there is light to be sourced in our belief that there are few greater gifts that being able to continue to touch the world though physically gone from it.
Long live The Voice!