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Top 40 Hits By "The Voice" Whitney Houston!!!

Whitney Houston, known by those closest to her as Nippy, shared her amazing talent with all of us for her entire adult life. Releasing her debut album on February 14, 1985, Ms. Houston gave a Valentine’s gift that would last for years to come.

Winning hearts all over the world with her voice, no one could compare to diva Whitney Houston.

Whitney Houston Chose Valentine’s Day To Drop Her First Album

It’s been 35 years since the the superstar delighted many with the release of her very first professional musical project. Choosing Valentine’s Day to drop, Ms. Houston gifted the world with vocals that only she could deliver.

And if you were around 35 years ago, undoubtedly you were witnessing the birth of a talent that would delight you for years to come.

Of all her songs, 40 charted on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart. Including 23 Top 10’s, and 11 that actually made it to the #1 position. On this Valentine’s Day, let’s celebrate and enjoy the superb vocals of Ms. Whitney Elizabeth Houston. Here we go.

1 – I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 11/28/1992
  • 29 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

2 – MY LOVE IS YOUR LOVE

  • Highest Position – #4
  • Peaked Date – 1/1/2000
  • 28 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

3 – HEARTBREAK HOTEL

  • Highest Position – #2
  • Peaked Date – 03/20/1999
  • 28 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

4 – THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER

  • Highest Position – #6
  • Peaked Date – 10/27/2001
  • 27 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

5 – HOW WILL I KNOW

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 2/15/1986
  • 24 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

6 – I’M EVERY WOMAN (From “The Bodyguard”)

  • Highest Position – #4
  • Peaked Date – 2/20/1993
  • 23 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

7 – ALL THE MAN THAT I NEED

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 2/23/1991
  • 23 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

8 – SAVING ALL MY LOVE FOR YOU

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 10/26/1985
  • 22 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

9 – YOU GIVE GOOD LOVE

  • Highest Position – #3
  • Peaked Date – 7/27/1985
  • 21 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

10 – EXHALE (SHOOP, SHOOP) (From “Waiting To Exhale”)

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 11/25/1995
  • 21 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

11 – WHY DOES IT HURT SO BAD (From “Waiting to Exhale)

  • Highest Position – #26
  • Peaked Date – 8/31/1996
  • 20 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

12 – COUNT ON ME (From “Waiting to Exhale)

  • Highest Position – #8
  • Peaked Date – 5/4/1996
  • 20 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

13 – I BELIEVE IN YOU AND ME (From “The Preahcer’s Wife)

  • Highest Position – #4
  • Peaked Date – 2/1/1997
  • 20 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

14 – IT’S NOT RIGHT BUT IT’S OKAY

  • Highest Position – #4
  • Peaked Date – 7/3/1999
  • 20 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

15 – I HAVE NOTHING

  • Highest Position – #4
  • Peaked Date – 8/3/1993
  • 20 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

16 – RUN TO YOU (From “The Bodyguard”)

  • Highest Position – #31
  • Peaked Date – 7/17/1993
  • 20 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

17 – I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY (Who Love Me)

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 6/27/1987
  • 20 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

18 – GREATEST LOVE OF ALL

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 5/17/1986
  • 20 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

19 – SO EMOTIONAL

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 1/9/1988
  • 19 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

20 – I’M YOUR BABY TONIGHT

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 12/1/1990
  • 19 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

21 – CAN I HAVE THIS KISS FOREVER (with Enrique Iglesias)

  • Highest Position – #52
  • Peaked Date – 8/5/2000
  • 19 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

22 – ONE OF THESE DAYS

  • Highest Position – #72
  • Peaked Date – 2/1/2003
  • 19 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

23 – HOLD ME (with Teddy Pendergrass)

  • Highest Position – #46
  • Peaked Date – 7/28/1984
  • 18 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

24 – WHERE DO BROKEN HEARTS GO

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 8/23/1988
  • 18 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

25 – WHEN YOU BELIEVE (From “The Prince of Egypt”)

  • Highest Position – #15
  • Peaked Date – 1/30/1999
  • 17 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

26 – ONE MOMENT IN TIME

  • Highest Position – #5
  • Peaked Date – 11/12/1988
  • 17 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

27 – DIDN’T WE ALMOST HAVE IT ALL

  • Highest Position – #1
  • Peaked Date – 09/26/1987
  • 17 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

28 – STEP BY STEP (From “The Preacher’s Wife”)

  • Highest Position – #15
  • Peaked Date – 03/271997
  • 17 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

29 – LOVE WILL SAVE THE DAY

  • Highest Position – #9
  • Peaked Date – 8/27/1988
  • 16 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

30 – MIRACLE

  • Highest Position – #9
  • Peaked Date – 6/8/1991
  • 14 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

31 – TRY IT ON MY OWN

  • Highest Position – #84
  • Peaked Date – 5/17/2003
  • 12 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

32 – I LEARNED FROM THE BEST

  • Highest Position – #27
  • Peaked Date – 3/25/2000
  • 11 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

33 – MY NAME IS NOT SUSAN

  • Highest Position – #20
  • Peaked Date – 9/7/1991
  • 10 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

34 – SAME SCRIPT, DIFFERENT CAST (with Deborah Cox)

  • Highest Position – #70
  • Peaked Date – 9/15/2000
  • 9 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

35 – HIGHER LOVE (with Kygo)

  • Highest Position – #63
  • Peaked Date – 7/13/2019
  • 9 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

36 – IT ISN’T, IT WASN’T, IT AINT NEVER GONNA BE (with Aretha Franklin)

  • Highest Position – #41
  • Peaked Date – 7/29/1989
  • 8 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

37 – I LOOK TO YOU

  • Highest Position – #70
  • Peaked Date – 9/19/2009
  • 6 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

38 – MY HEART IS CALLING (From “The Preacher’s Wife”)

  • Highest Position – #77
  • Peaked Date – 7/19/1997
  • 4 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

39 – WHATCHALOOKINAT

  • Highest Position – #96
  • Peaked Date – 8/24/2002
  • 3 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

40 – MILLION DOLLAR BILL

  • Highest Position – #100
  • Peaked Date – 9/19/2009
  • 1 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart

So there you have it, Whitney’s greatest, according to Billboard. Hope you enjoyed it. Rest in Heavenly Peace, Nippy. You are truly missed!!!

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