Take a look at the below list of Whitney Houston Top 10 Songs of All Time including best selling albums. Whitney Houston is one of the greatest vocalists the world has ever had. The musician has a distinctive and legendary voice, numerous awards including Grammys and a string of hit songs. Whitney turns into an instant sensation after the release of her self-titled album in 1985. The album is still one of the best-selling debut albums in the globe until today. Houston remained a famous star until we woke up to the news of her untimely demise in 2012, at 48 years of age. Whitney’s unique vocal talent and hit songs remain to be the artist’s greatest legacy. In her tribute, we have sampled her top 10 songs.
List of Top 10 songs by Whitney Houston of all time
10. My Love Is Your Love
After many years as a powerhouse ballader, Whitney decided to compose a mellow R&B track. ‘My Love Is Your Love’ is the title song from the musician’s 1998 album, and it still stands out as the memorable song in the entire album. The song stands the test of time, and it peaked at position four on the ‘Billboard Hot 100′ songs. ‘Cause your love is my love.’ ‘And my love is your love.’ ‘It would take eternity to break us.’ And the chains of Amistad couldn’t hold us.’
9. Queen of the Night
The song is a departure for Whitney, as it showed the musician’s ability to write and record great dance songs, as well as an influential rock. ‘Queen of the Night’ never makes it to the ‘Billboard Hot 100 chart,’ also in the Grammy-winning 1992 soundtrack, ‘The Bodyguard.’ The same soundtrack is the best-selling, until today. ‘I’ve got more than enough to make you drop to your knees.’ ‘Cause I’m the queen of the night.’ ‘The queen of the night.’
8. All the Man That I Need
I know you have heard of Houston’s album called ‘I’m Your Baby Tonight.’ ‘All the Man That I Need’ exists in the 1990 album as single number two. The track is a declaration of a lady in love, and who is in a safe and secure relationship. ‘All the Man That I Need’ is the best wedding song to have ever been composed. The track is a position one hit for Whitney Houston.
7.‘I’m Your Baby Tonight
‘I’m Your Baby Tonight’ is single number one and the title song from Whitney’s 1990 album, which features the musician with an R&B sound. The song is one of Whitney’s position one hits, on top of being a pop classic. ‘Whatever you want from me.’ ‘I’m givin’ you everything.’ ‘I’m givin’ you everything.’ ‘I’m your baby tonight.’ ‘You’ve given me ecstasy.’ ‘You are my fantasy.’ ‘I’m your baby tonight.’
6. I Have Nothing
‘I Have Nothing’ is a smash hit that features on the 1992 soundtrack, ‘The Bodyguard.’ The track is a powerhouse ballad that shows touching psychological vulnerability. The song is a showstopper in many ways and rose to position four on the ‘Billboard Hot 100′ charts list. ‘Don’t make me close one more door.’ ‘I don’t wanna hurt anymore.’ ‘Stay in my arms if you dare.’ ‘Or must I imagine you there.’ ‘I have nothing, nothing, nothing.’ This is one of the Whitney Houston Top 10 Songs of All Time.
5. Saving All My Love for You
‘Saving All My Love for You’ is a powerful and emotional ballad from Whitney’s debut album released in 1985. The song is about a beautiful lady in a relationship with a married man. The song is a position one hit for Houston, and that explains why people forced her to perform the song at each and every concert, a show was never complete without her playing the track. ‘So am saving all my love for you.’
4. I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
Many people remember Whitney for the musician’s love ballads, but it is undisputable that ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody’ is the artist’s best pop/dance hit. The track is single number one in her second album called ‘Whitney,’ released around 1987. The song rose to position one in many countries all over the globe. ‘Oh! I wanna dance with somebody.’ ‘I wanna feel the heat with somebody.’ ‘I wanna dance with somebody.’ ‘With somebody who loves me.’
3. The Star-Spangled Banner
Whitney’s version of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner is the best performed until today, done at Super Bowl in 1991. The track is lip-synched but the singer’s powerful vocals remain intact. Whitney’s version of the song released as a charity song in solidarity and support of the soldiers involved in the Persian Gulf War. The song rose to position twenty on the ‘Billboard Hot 100′ charts list. ‘And this be our motto: “In God is our trust.’ ‘And the Star – Spangled Banner forever shall wave.’
2. The Greatest Love of All
‘The Greatest Love of All’ is originally done by Benson George in the year 1977. However, a significant majority of the fans are not aware of that fact, probably Houston’s track is such a thriller. The song is a strong epic ballad concerning self-confidence that rose to position one. The record is contained in Whitney’s 1985 album that is self-titled. ‘They can’t take away my dignity.’ ‘Because the greatest love of all.’ ‘Is happening to me.’ ‘I found the greatest love of all.’
1. I Will Always Love You
In many instances, a musician’s biggest hit is their best track. ‘I will always love you’ has been remade, overplayed and parodied. The song is her signature, and we will always remember her with the track. The track is originally written by Dolly Patron in the year 1974, but Whitney’s version of the track makes the song a global anthem and a hit song. ‘And I will always love you, ooh.’ ‘Will always love you, you.’
Tribute to Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston died before 50, and her drug addiction is to blame for her death. The musician tried to battle the habit and acknowledged that she was indeed a drug addict. It is so unfortunate that she died and left her fans longing for more music. However, everyone is God’s property, and God takes the best. We acknowledge her music talent and the great tracks that she sang. Rest in peace Whitney Houston, May your soul rest in eternal peace.