Top 5 Iconic Duets by Whitney Houston

Embracing Belief

"Embracing Belief": The duet "When You Believe" by Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey, featured in "The Prince of Egypt" (1998), showcases their vocal prowess and earned them an Academy Award for Best Original Song.

Sorrow's Inn

"Sorrow's Inn": Houston collaborates with Faith Evans and Kelly Price on the R&B hit "Heartbreak Hotel" (1998), peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, a testament to their impressive vocal skills.

Forever in this Embrace

"Forever in this Embrace": Houston and Enrique Iglesias join forces in the unforgettable Latin-infused duet "Could I Have This Kiss Forever," carving a distinctive mark in their respective careers.

Guiding Light

"Guiding Light": Returning to her gospel roots, Houston partners with BeBe & CeCe Winans (1988) for "Hold Up the Light," delivering an inspiring anthem marked by her passionate vocals.

Never Was, Never Will Be

"Never Was, Never Will Be": The iconic encounter between Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin (1989) results in the disco-infused groove of "It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be," ascending to No. 5 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Versatility Unveiled

"Versatility Unveiled": Houston's innate versatility shines as she effortlessly collaborates across genres with artists such as Mariah Carey, Enrique Iglesias, and the gospel duo BeBe & CeCe Winans.

Harmonic Fusion

"Harmonic Fusion": Demonstrating a remarkable balance, Houston steps back, allowing her collaborators' voices to shine and showcasing her adaptability in diverse musical settings.

Enduring Influence

"Enduring Influence": These collaborative duets underline Whitney Houston's enchanting ability to craft musical enchantment with a wide array of partners, securing her enduring impact within the annals of music history.

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