Early Rave Reviews Come in on Whitney Houston's New Album My Love Is Your Love, Hitting Stores Worldwide Nov. 17th
NEW YORK--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)--Nov.
16, 1998--The first wave of critical reviews are applauding Whitney Houston's
first studio album in eight years, My Love Is Your Love.
The Los Angeles Times heralds the album, My Love Is Your Love with a three star review spotlighting the title track which "Houston delivers with a joyful urgency that transcends the smooth perfection of her singing."
USA Today calls the superstar "tougher, funkier, edgier Houston than has been heard in a long time," giving the album a three and a half stars review.
Time Magazine stated that one of the Rodney Jerkins' produced tracks, "It's Not Right But Its Okay," as "one of her best" and calls the "My Love Is Your Love" track produced by Wyclef as "a superb reggae-ish title." Time calls the Lauryn Hill produced remake of Stevie Wonder's, "I Was Made to Love Her", "fabulously funky".
My Love Is Your Love hits the streets today, Nov. 17. Houston will hold her first ever in-store autograph signing of the new album for fans at Virgin Records in Times Square on Nov. 19 at 6 p.m.
Some upcoming television appearances by Whitney Houston include, MTV's Whitney TV (Nov. 19), Rosie O'Donnell Show (Nov. 23), The Oprah Show (Nov. 25), The Prince of Egypt Special (Dec. 13) Late Night With David Letterman (Dec. 10) and Saturday Night Live (Jan. 11)
NEWSFILE: 17 NOVEMBER 1998
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