Whitney Houston - Houston Bans Sad Songs

Source:www.contactmusic.com

Whitney Houston is so happy, she has refused to record any sad songs for her comeback album, according to collaborator NE-YO. The singer hasn't released a record since her 2003 Christmas offering, One Wish: The Holiday Album. Her last original studio album was Just Whitney, released the same year (03).

The vocal superstar is currently working on an LP to relaunch her career, which is expected to hit record stores later this year (09).
And R&B star Ne-Yo, who has been helping the star put her new album together, insists it won't feature any downbeat ballads - because of the improvement in Houston's personal life.

He says, "People are expecting something fantastic and I think they are going to get it. Whitney doesn't want any sad songs on this record. She isn't going for tear jerkers. She's happy raising her children and wants her music to reflect that. It's already sounding great."

Houston endured a messy public divorce in 2007 when she split with her husband of 15 years, Bobby Brown, as well as battling a string of alleged drug problems.

Houston has full custody of the former couple's 15-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina.



報導內容主要提到,惠媽將不會在新專輯裡收錄"哭腰歌曲".....

那我還蠻好奇的,整張專輯都要走"陽光、正面、積極"的方向,會不會跟惠妮自身形象有所出入啊....XD







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  1. WoW i love Whitney Houston and she is certainly coming back better than ever!!! And it's a good thing that she baned to record any sad songs!I'm really happy for her and her comeback is the biggest and the most successful of all!
    LOVE YOU WHITNEY !!!

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  2. Hi~~
    Welcome to visit,I hope she can comeback soon as possible!

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  3. Whitney... I'm so happy, we are waiting for you, and your new CD!!!
    Welcome back, girl... your fan of Chile; Carlos.
    Nippy, I love you so much!

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