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I Look To You is Whitney Houston’s first album in seven years, and only her sixth album in 25 years of recording. With her longtime mentor Clive Davis once again assuming the role of executive producer, I Look You to You shrewdly applies Houston’s talents to a variety of carefully selected material. On their two tracks apiece, modern R&B masterminds Akon (“I Got You,” “Like I Never Left”) and R. Kelly (“I Look to You,” “Salute”) do a fine job of balancing vintage Whitney with current trends. In the mold of the classic Whitney Houston ballads, “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength” reunites the singer with David Foster, who wrote songs for The Bodyguard soundtrack. The song is an affecting and revealing expression of Houston’s injury and resilience in the face of personal obstacles. While “Nothin’ But Love” and “For the Lovers” perhaps try too hard to fit Houston into a modern club mold, Alicia Keys’ “Million Dollar Bill” is a timeless old-school disco jam that ranks alongside the singer’s classic uptempo anthems “I’m Every Woman” and “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.”

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I've waited Seven LONG years for another album from my favorite and I'm glad to see that she's back in action. She's been through a lot and made a LOT of mistakes, but that God for mercy, grace, and FAVOR. With his help anyone can land back on their feet. I accept this album as a gift and not anything that she was obligated to give to me. FAVS: Call You Tonight, I Didn't Know My Own Strength, Nothin' But Love, Mill Dollar Bill, Worth It, Salute! It's a GREAT album from Ms. Houston. WELCOME BACK

I Love You Whitney!

I have been waiting forever for a new album from Whitney and the time is finally here! Whitney's first album in seven years is available for purchase on August 31st! You can stream the album now online at I have been a huge fan of Whitney since she first came out in 1985 - in my opinion she has one of the best female voices of all-time. Here's my review of the eleven songs features on I Look to You. 1. Million Dollar Bill - Hands down the best song on the CD. Written by the amazing Alicia Keys, this song is so funky and upbeat, probably the most upbeat song since Whitney recorded I Want to Dance with Somebody. The song does remind me of a song from the late 70s but it also has a fresh feel to it on top of the classic vibe. Whitney sounds great on this track - her vocals are strong and solid, Keys offers her amazing voice on the background vocals giving this song exactly what it needs. I do wish Houston and Keys would do an entire album together. I am hoping this single brings Houston back on the music charts this year. 2. Nothin' But Love - This song has a nice feel to it - reminds me of classic Whitney. I like how Whitney is thanking all the people that stood by her through the good and bad times. Her vocas are great on this track. It's a nice "thank you" track. 3. Call You Tonight - I really like this feel good song, again, reminds me of old school Whitney. I really think her voice sounds super crisp on this song - the lyrics are great. An age appropritae song for Houston to sing. 4. I Look To You - A strong ballad. When I first this song I was not overly crazy for it, but after several listens - it's a really great song. Whintey sounds good, I feel she is holding back a bit. The bridge of the song could have been a bit stronger with the vocals but all in all - great ballad from Whitney written by R. Kelly. 5. Like I Never Left - This song is in the same feel, sound and vide from the rest of the album to this point. It's an interesting duet with Akon - I think it should have been someone like Ne-Yo but all in all - it's an ok song, not one of my faves on this album. 6. A Song For You - Whitney needs to release this song as a single - it gave me chills listening to the amazing Houston singing with just the piano in the background at the beginning of the song. Damn - she can still sing!! I love love love this song! Really great vocal performance. I love how it speeds up and Whitney is almost asking for forgiveness for her past mistakes - great song. 7. I Didn't Know My Own Strength - The lyrics to his song really hit my heard - I can relate to the words to this song and every time I hear it reminds me of my own strength and battles I had to overcome. Great ballad - happy to hear Whitney sing it and mean it. 8. Worth It - Slow, smooth jam...old school Whitney for sure. After a few listens I like it - reminds me of the Whitney from back in the day. 9. For the Lovers - I like this song - probably the most modern song on the disc. Houston's voice sounds muffled and deep but I think that's the sound they were going for on this song.  10. I Got You - Akon is introduced in this song - not crazy about it. Wish she didn't more with Alicia Keys than Akon. Whitney sounds great though. 11. Salute - This is along the same lines as Beyonce's song Halo, but this song is stronger. It's a song about leaving a love and moving on. A great way for Whintey to close this album. I think this is a great f**k you to Bobby Brown. All in all it's a strong effort for a 46 year old Whitney Houston who was pretty much written off for not being able to sing anymore. The album is strong and should return Whitney to the R&B charts - the only single on here that I can see going on the mainstream Hot 100 charts is Million Dollar Bill - it should go Top 10. I am hoping this CD is just a warmup to the next album Whitney is going to release in the near future.

Overhyped Public Relations Fluff

No one is looking for her to fail; but let's not pretend that this album is a great album. This album serves more of an outgoing party for Clive Davis than a Comeback for Whitney Houston. The songs and her vocals are mediocre at best. It is time for her people (The Stans) to be honest and give a true and accurate review of the album. By attacking others who are not praising this release is just bad form. As a whole, the I LOOK TO YOU album is not a comeback record, an essential album nor the second coming of Jesus Christ. Accept it!


Born: August 9, 1963 in Newark, NJ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Whitney Houston was inarguably one of the biggest female pop stars of all time. Her accomplishments as a hitmaker were extraordinary; just to scratch the surface, she became the first artist ever to have seven consecutive singles hit number one, and her 1993 Dolly Parton cover "I Will Always Love You" became nothing less than the biggest hit single in rock history. Houston was able to handle big adult contemporary ballads, effervescent, stylish dance-pop, and slick urban contemporary soul with equal...
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