New Music: Whitney Houston f/ R. Kelly – ‘I Look to You’

I Will Always Love You - The Best of Whitney Houston

Seven months after her death, Whitney Houston’s legacy lives on. R. Kelly duets with the late legend on “I Look to You,” which he penned as the title track for Whitney’s 2009 album. The R&B maestro, who performed the song at Houston’s funeral, combines both of their vocals on the stirring rendition.

“We love you, Whitney. Rest in peace,” says Kelly as the ballad fades out.

Their duet is now available on iTunes and can be found on Whitney’s greatest hits album I Will Always Love You – The Best of Whitney Houston. Due November 13, the compilation features remastered versions of her classics, the R. Kelly duet, and one unreleased song entitled “Never Give Up,” produced by Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox.

See the tracklisting below.

I Will Always Love You – The Best of Whitney Houston Tracklisting

1. “You Give Good Love”
2. “Saving All My Love for You”
3. “How Will I Know?” (Remastered)
4. “Greatest Love of All”
5. “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” (Remastered)
6. “Didn’t We Almost Have It All”
7. “So Emotional” (Remastered)
8. “Where Do Broken Hearts Go?”
9. “I’m Your Baby Tonight”
10. “All the Man That I Need”
11. “I Will Always Love You”
12. “I’m Every Woman”
13. “I Have Nothing” (Remastered)
14. “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)”
15. “I Believe in You and Me” (Film Version)
16. “My Love Is Your Love”
17. “I Look to You” (with R. Kelly)
18. “Never Give Up”

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27 Comments

  1. kylerspre

    Old azz song

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  2. OKGO

    beautiful!!!

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  3. D. Kellz

    Kells and Whitney classic remix, R.I.P Whitney.

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  4. Jay-Me

    I really like this.

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    ashleigh Reply:

    me too really emotional

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  5. sr854

    This made me cry. That’s all I’ma say……

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  6. Gerard

    Disappointed that Whitney’s record label is doing such a poor job if honoring her, in fact it doesn’t feel like they honoring her at all or are interested in giving back to the fans cause the only difference between this greatest hits album and previous greatest hits albums are I look to you and never give up. It feels like the only reason the record label is releasing this is as an attempt to make money off Whitney’s memory. With that being said, love the version of I look to you with R Kelly.

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    tgod Reply:

    @Gerard, shut up

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    SLM Reply:

    @Gerard the reason why her record label is not putting any efford into Whitney’s music is because Whitney was a smart woman and owns the rights to all her music.So when the record labels dont own the rights to artist’s music they don’t care because they get no money anyways.their only putting this album out because of pressure from her fans artist’s fans have a strong voice.

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    mon Reply:

    @SLM, u r misinformed whitney didnt own the rights to her music arista, clive an the writers of her songs do! whitney was the voice but unlike mj she didnt write any of her music so this is nothing but a money grab by the label so they can get paid again and keep getting paid by reissuing the same songs that they own. clive is a wolf in sheeps clothing he killed whitney

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    SLM Reply:

    @mon, Sorry but your misinformed Whitney did own the rights to her music.When Whitney signed her 100 million dollar contract the biggest ever with arista they said she also has and gets the rights to all her music I guess you didn’t hear about that.It doesn’t matter if an artist writes his or her music it only depends on the contract a singer makes with the writers,record labels,producers everyone knows that and Whitney made sure she got it all smart woman.And clive davis is a has been who is just using Whitney’s name to get attention,clive has no power or say so in Whitney’s music at all he gets nothing.He was only the president of Whitney’s label he didn’t own it he only does what the record label tells him to do he has no control over the artist or their music and he gets no money from the singer’s music either,he also was fired along time ago Whitney was trying to help him out and kept him around as producer,without Whitney clive would have been lost.speaking of michael jackson he was a great artist but not a great buisness man when he died he was bankrupt he was spending to much money and making bad investments he had to sell his rights to whatever music he owned back to sony records to pay of depts he had.So whether michael wrote his music or not he lost all his rights to it because of spending and bad deals.every record deal depends on contracts not who wrote,produce,or owns a label it never did it never will.that’s why people say read your contracts before signing anything because that’s all that matters at the end of the day and Whitney diffently read hers.

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    JC Reply:

    @SLM,
    Whitney did not own publishing rights to her songs.

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    SLM Reply:

    @JC,Whitney owns all the rights to her music she made sure that it was put in her contract.Like I said before and I’ll say it again for people like you who don’t understand the business world.everything is about contracts,it doesn’t matter who wrote produced owns a label it has to do with contracts.Whatever deal Whitney made with her writers,producers,label she made sure she had the rights to all her music.just because someone writes a song it doesn’t mean they actually own it sometimes writers make certain deals with people.a lot of times they sell their songs to record label’s or the artist or just to whomever wants it for whatever reason.your probably wondering why a writer would do that,well sometimes a writer can make more money selling the rights to their song or songs than keeping the rights to their song or songs.writers only get 3or4cents of what the song actually makes that’s it that’s the law the rest goes to the artist or record labels unless the writer makes another kind of deal with those people.don’t get me wrong 3or4 cents can add up to a lot of money at the end of the day if the song sells well but if not its bad for the writer so selling the song for however much maybe better.I hope I have explained the world of business to you in a way you and others can understand.

    SLM Reply:

    @mon, sorry but your misinformed Whitney did own the rights to her music when she signed her 100 million dollar contract the biggest ever,her record label said she has and gets the rights to her music she made sure of that but maybe you didn’t hear about that.It doesn’t matter if you wrote your songs or not it all depends on the contracts you sign everybody knows that.And clive davis is a has been who is just using Whitney’s name to get attention he has no rights to her music all he was,was the president of her record label he didn’t own it.He just does what they tell him to do and he was fired along time ago as well,Whitney was trying to help him out and let him produce some music for her without Whitney clive would be lost he needed her not the other way around.As for poor michael jackson when he died he was bankrupt he was spending too much and made too many bad investments so he had to sell whatever music he owned whether he wrote the songs or not to sony records.the only thing that matters in the music buisness is contracts not who wrote,produced,owns a record label thats why people say read before you sign an Whitney diffently read before she signed smart chick.

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    SLM Reply:

    @mon,oops!sorry for rewriting what I said before I didn’t think the first commit went through my bad LOL.

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    whitneyimissyou Reply:

    @Gerard, there is a difference between master recording rights and musical composition rights. master recordings are for the songs themselves, and they’re typically owned by the record label or sometimes the artist or producer. Musical composition is the actual music and lyrics that embody a song, and those are owned by the songwriters. Whitney, unfortunately, didn’t own either to any of her songs.

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    SLM Reply:

    @whitneyimissyou,The Only way that would be true is if that was how her contract was written and smartly it wasn’t so she gets all royalties from her music point blank Whitney’s daughter will be sitting pretty for the rest of her life thanks to her smart mom LOL.

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  7. TheOne1

    Amazing! I got kinda emotional on this.

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  8. Warren

    I love the song with Whitney and their duet fits in nicely. It’s beautiful and so sweet. I miss her terribly and there will never be another one like her. My heart aches to not being able to see her perform live again. Rest in peace, Whitney. We all miss you!!!!

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  9. Lauren

    RIP Whitney

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  10. Fa

    Let the sellout begin!
    Poor Whitney!

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  11. C Tha G

    Most of you are saying all this shit cause she’s gone. When she was alive everyone called her a crack addict and shit. There are no true fans these days.

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    Yasmine Reply:

    @C Tha G, Do you know “everyone?”

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  12. Me_Apesta_La_Chicha

    I wish they’d release the Brandy duet for once & for all!

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  13. k down to the C up town Breezy Boyieee

    Beautiful Song and Classic remix/Duet Rip Whitney Houston, She Looking down on her fans & her Music

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  14. ashleigh

    beautiful music whitney R.I.P!!!!!!!!!!luv u whitney

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  15. ladies style

    miss whitney…great women singer

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