We’ll Always Love You: The Best Whitney Houston Music Videos

February 11, 2014  |  
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Effortless talent, beauty and intelligence to match, Whitney Houston repped for every black woman in America during the 80s and 90s. In our minds, Houston was our best friend, our big sister, even our favorite auntie, who would tell it like it is and flash a big smile and a joke to make you feel better afterward.

Dubbed “The Voice,” Houston’s iconic stature still cannot be matched after her passing. Her music videos had the best fashion, the best storylines, and of course the best singing. As we reflect on the second anniversary of her death, we remember the 15 best Whitney Houston music videos.

I Will Always Love You (The Bodyguard- 1992)

Although Dolly Parton sang the original, Whitney Houston made “I Will Always Love You” her signature song and  the most iconic love song ever made. It’s also usually cited as the song most people know how to sing in English and no one can forget her singing “and I…..” out in the cold in a fly suit in the music video.

You Give Good Love (Whitney Houston- 1985)

With her crystal clear voice, Houston reminded us what it means to receive good love instead of constantly searching for it.

I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Whitney- 1987)

In one of the best 80s pop song videos, Whitney became a fashion killa with her outfit changes and snazzy dance moves.

Run To You (The Bodyguard- 1992)

Originally intended to be a break-up song, the director of The Bodyguard, asked for it to be rewritten into a love song.

I have Nothing (The Bodyguard- 1992)

If you ever want to declare your love and commitment to someone, Houston’s song will surely get the point across. For extra impact, play this emotional video.

I’m Every Woman (The Bodyguard- 1992)

Originally recorded by Chaka Khan and The Rufus Ban, Houston recorded the song for The Bodyguard soundtrack. In the video, Houston is pregnant with Bobbi Kristina and her mother, Cissy Houston, TLC, Chaka Khan and Martha Wash all join her to dance to this woman’s anthem.

Count On Me (Waiting To Exhale- 1996)

Best friends Cece and Whitney teamed up for this amazing duet that will always be known as the best sista-friend anthem.

Greatest Love Of All (Whitney Houston- 1985)

Originally recorded by George Benson for The Greatest (Muhammad Ali biopic), Houston shot the video for this iconic song at the Apollo Theater as a nod to her journey entering the music industry.

I’m Your Baby Tonight (I’m Your Baby Tonight- 1990)

The hit single of Whitney’s third album of the same title allowed Houston more creative control in her music videos — hence the fabulous fashion choices in this music video.

Exhale (Soop Shoop) (Waiting To Exhale- 1996)

This song and video depicts a more mature Houston as she sings about growing up and letting go of what she can’t control.

 I Believe in You and Me (The Preacher’s Wife- 1996)

Although The Four Tops recorded this hit in 1983, Whitney redefined the song, which was created specifically for “The Preacher’s Wife” soundtrack.

Saving All My Love (Whitney Houston- 1985)

For all the Amina’s, Olivia Pope’s and Mary Jane’s, this Whitney track is for you! The music video shows a singer who is having an affair with her producer as she plans on saving all her love for him once he decides to leave his family. Risque’

My love is your love (My love is your love – 1998)

The hit single from Houton’s fourth studio album proved Houston was still a voice to be reckoned with after her musical hiatus.

The Star Spangled Banner (Super Bowl Live 1991/ The Greatest Hits-2000)

This may not be a Whitney Houston music video per say, but no one listens to the version of “The Star Spangled Banner” without actually watching Whitney belt out these notes on the field.

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