The voice of one of the world's most famous vocalists, Whitney Houston, will be featured in a 3D concert in Riyadh Front's Culture Square, thanks to an incredible cinematic hologram technique. Two more performances are set to happen on the21st and the 22nd, find more info on ticketing here. Whitney Houston was noted for her distinct voice, which allowed her to outperform the Beatles and the Bee Gees in the US. Despite her terrible death six years ago, the late American singer's career is still remembered as one of the most illustrious in music history.
As reported by Saudi Gazette, according to the Guinness Book of Records, her tracks constantly charted at the top, bringing in millions of dollars in revenue and sales, and she is the most awarded singer in history. Charlotte Gibson, a choir singer who accompanied Whitney throughout her career, claimed in the documentary Whitney: "Can I Be Me?" that Whitney was "extremely brilliant, divinely endowed, and the only one who could sabotage it."
"Whitney Houston" in 1985 and "Whitney" in 1987 were huge hits, with the first selling 25 million copies worldwide and the second becoming the first female album to reach number one in sales, with seven tracks from the two albums topping the best-selling lists.
Whitney Houston was the period's biggest celebrity, despite the fact that her popularity was based on pop songs aimed at a white audience, which outraged the black community, as her participation at The Soul Train Music Awards in 1989 demonstrated. Whitney's third album, "I Am Your Baby Tonight," was published in 1990, and it took another eight years for Whitney to make her fourth album, "My Love Is Your Love," in 1998, in which she decided to deliver music in her own way, returning to her distinctive style of singing.