February 11, 2017


Whitney Houston's No. 1 Songs: A Primer (1)

Frank Micelotta
Frank Micelotta

Whitney Houston's catalog remains one of the most successful in music; her list of accolades—including six GRAMMY Awards and 30 Billboard Music Awards—makes her the most awarded female singer of all time. 

From 1985 to 1995, the singer racked up 11 number one songs, including seven straight number ones (a record that remains unbeaten). With the fourth anniversary Houston's untimely death today, get to know the 11 tracks that helped solidify her place in music history.

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#1"Saving All My Love For You" (1985)

Houston's cover of Marilyn McCoo's 1978 hit was the second single released off her eponymous debut album and first of seven straight number one songs.

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