It has been more than 10 years since the American singer Whitney Houston passed away, but her music is still present today, as we have seen after the release of several remixes of her best-known songs, such as “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” with a new song called “Don’t Cry For Me” as a cover version.
With this, after the relevance that the artist has achieved within the music scene, several projects are being carried out in her name, including a documentary, which will base its plot on the beginnings of the performer of “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” in the music scene and her first performances to reach stardom, and a porthumous album about the singer and her relationship with golpel, seeking to release the album that the singer’s family had previously talked about.
As Pat Houston said, “her love of gospel music permeates every song with love, compassion and conviction”.
It is an album entitled “I Go To The Rock“, an album of unreleased singles by the gospel artist, including songs such as “Testimony“, leaving aside the pop side of the artist and looking for a simple album in which the artist’s voice shines and avoiding edititing.
Thus, these 6 new unreleased songs will be part of the new documentary of the artist, whose soundtrack will be composed of 14 songs and these 6 mentioned go back to the 80s, which shows that Houston is still present.