WHITNEY:SUCCESS AND DECLINE
Written by ester arrigoni on February 13, 2012
Whitney Houston spends part of his youth attending nightclubs where his mother sang. From childhood he was 9 years old, began singing in the choir of the Church “New Hope Baptist Church,” where he performed solo for the first time at age 11. His 1985 debut album, entitled Whitney Houston (which contained a cover of Diana Ross in 1983, In Your Arms), entered at number 1 on the American rimanendoi for 14 consecutive weeks and entering the Guinness Book of Records as the biggest selling album of a rookie singer (almost 29 million copies).
An incredible talent and extraordinary voice quality, have allowed her to win two Emmy Awards, six Grammy Awards, Billboard Music Awards thirty and twenty-two American Music Awards. his second album (WHITNEY) sells two hundred million copies worldwide and is the first album recorded by a woman to debut at number one on the Billboard charts. In 1988 affects One Moment in Time, song of the Olympics in Seoul. In 1990, the third album I’m Your Baby Tonight, drawn mainly from the hit of the same name. In 1992, he made his debut at the cinema with the film The Bodyguard, starring opposite Kevin Costner. The backbone of the soundtrack song, I Will Always Love You, a cover of a piece of Dolly Parton, gets an unparalleled worldwide success. The soundtrack of the movie becomes the biggest seller of all time, with 42 million copies worldwide. From 2004 to 2006, the Whitney’s career to a halt due to severe family problems, problems that they see a solution only in September 2006, when Whitney divorce from husband Bobby Brown.