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  • The Accomplishments Of The Whitney Houston

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    the song “I Look to You” by Whitney Houston. Whitney Houston came out with this song after she got out of rehab, making it seem like it was her recovery song or letting her world of fans know she was back. Everyone always has a “rough patch” in life whether they want to or not, even celebrities. Whitney also called “Nippy” was born on August 9, 1963 in Newark, New Jersey. Whitney is an American recording artist, actress, and former fashion model. Whitney began singing in her church choir

  • The Accomplishments Of Whitney Houston

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    Whitney Houston: From Success to Struggles “As I lay me down, heaven hear me now. I’m lost without a cause, after giving it my all. Winter storms have come, and darkened my sun. After all that I’ve been through, who on earth can I turn to? I look to you.” This is a quote from the song “I Look to You” by Whitney Houston. This song came out right after Houston got out of rehab, making it seem like it was her recovery song and the way she told the world she was back in the entertainment world (Oprah

  • Biography of Whitney Houston

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    Whitney Houston is considered as one of the greatest singers of our generation. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, she holds the record of being the most rewarded female artist of all time. I chose her as my topic, because she represents resiliency and tenacity, despite her troubled experiences with drugs and her personal life. Whitney Houston comes from a family with an amazing, musical pedigree; her mother, Cissy Houston, was a successful back-up singer for Aretha Franklin and Elvis

  • The Music Industry : Whitney Houston

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    (onecommunityglobal.com). This was one of the many famous song lyrics from Whitney Houston’s ground breaking musical hits that captivated the attention of her fans and idols. Not only were fans able to relate to her musical lyrics, they were also amazed by her timeless voice, which no other artist during the time had. Because of her great voice and ground breaking musical hits as well as her ventures outside of the music industry, Whitney Houston is said to be one of the greatest singers of all time. Till this

  • The Legacy Of Superstar Whitney Houston

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    superstar Whitney Houston was born. She grew up living in Newark, New York, where she stayed in a middle-income neighborhood. Houston was the third and youngest child of Cissy Houston (gospel singer) and John Russell (entertainment executive). She was the godchild of Aretha Franklin and she studied and participated in all types of musical genres. Many may have believed that Houston was a great singer, but they had no idea of how big of a music icon and mogul she would become. Houston was only 11

  • Why Is Whitney Houston A Tragic Hero

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    then declined due to a flaw in personality or life decision. Whitney Houston was a one-of-a-kind singer who stole hearts across America. She is a perfect example of a tragic hero, due to her amazing vocal talent, influential role in teaching America that everyone has flaws and embracing individuality is the key to success, and her ultimate decline in health and fame due to alcoholism, drug abuse, and poor marital decisions. Whitney Houston grew up in humble beginnings, with fame on her side, helping

  • Whitney Houston Essay

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    Diagnostic Battery: A Case Evaluation of Whitney Houston Marc Kelly Walden University Diagnostic Battery: A Case Evaluation of Whitney Houston A psychological diagnostic battery is an important instrument in diagnosing various psychological conditions of an individual. As counselors, having an exact diagnosis and a diagnostic evaluation is essential. This paper will attempt to provide a diagnostic battery assessment of Whitney Houston. Although she has pasted away, the paper will

  • Analysis Of I Will Always Love A Song By Dolly Parton

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    Introduction The song I have chosen is “I Will Always Love You” performed by Whitney Houston, produced by David Foster, and written by Dolly Parton. “I Will Always Love You” was featured in the 1992 movie The Bodyguard and is an iconic soul ballad sung with complex ranges by the late, great Whitney Houston (1963-2012). Whitney Houston was acknowledged for her exceptional voice: “a mezzo-soprano, she had tremendous range and popularized a difficult vocal technique, melisma, where a singer uses a range

  • Theme Of Love In Othello

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    In 2006 Whitney Houston filed for a divorce against her husband Bobby Brown not only due to the facts that he’d picked up a drug addiction, but that he physically abused her. He hit her and claimed that he wasn’t a violent man even though repeatedly hitting the women you love is an abuse offense. He has reports against him saying that he’s a women beater and just lies about everything in the face of conflict. Bobby Brown’s and Whitney Houston's situation connects back to Othello’s situation with

  • Whitney Houston: Singer And Singer

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    I am writing about Whitney Houston and why I want to meet her. The reason why I want to meet her is she was an amazing actress and singer. She inspired me to sing in a choir that is why I chose her to talk about. She was born in a musical family August 9,1963 in Newark New Jersey. Her mother was Cissy Houston she was also a singer and her father well she did not have a father. At the age of fifteen, she started singing in her church choir at the New Hope Baptist church. She began as a featured vocalists