RM Music Feature – Whitney: The Greatest Hits

The tragic death of Whitney Houston on the day before the Grammy Awards (she had won six over the course of her career) was a shock to all those who have ever heard her powerful voice come through their speakers.  And as with any icon, we pay tribute by recalling their greatest moments – especially when it comes to music and film.  Since last week, “Whitney – The Greatest Hits” (released in 2000) has risen into the Top 10 of the Billboard 200.  The album is a compilation of classic Whitney songs and a selection of remixed songs which will have you up, dancing, and paying tribute to her in the best way possible – in celebration of the astounding talent that she shared with the world.

“Whitney – The Greatest Hits” by Whitney Houston

“When she was singing, she knew precisely what she was doing, always…if gospel music was created to express those moments of pure communion with your inner truth, then Whitney Houston was undoubtedly heaven-sent.” - James Sullivan, Rolling Stone

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Elysha Schickel

After four years of college and creating many answers to the question “So, what next?” Elysha Schickel is starting to figure it all out.  An avid reader who is addicted to researching anything that sparks her interest, and who loves to spread her knowledge to everyone she knows, Elysha is thrilled that at RebelMom, she’s found a way to combine all these interests with her love of writing.   She’s a recent graduate of Providence College with a B.A. in Humanities.

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