Rumours of a greatest hits package had been flying, but as millions of converts held their breath, Whitney Houston headed into the studio only to emerge--amid a flurry of drama screaming "diva" (a live Web broadcast of the international press conference revealing the album, and a veil of secrecy shrouding the new material)--with her first non-soundtrack album in eight years. So is it worth all the hype and hoopla? Probably. There are no real surprises (typical ballads such as "You'll Never Stand Alone", obligatory writer-producer-singer cameos from Babyface, Wyclef Jean, Missy Elliott, Faith Evans and Kelly Price--this time in a worthy attempt to slot into the late-1990s soul scene), but she does try to defend her marriage on the Elliott-produced "In My Business". Elliott's other effort, the slow-burning "Oh Yes", is a high point, but the hands-down driving force of this record is the multi-platinum, multi-octave power pairing of Houston with Mariah Carey on "When You Believe". --Rebecca Wallwork
My Love Is Your Love is the fourth studio album by American singer Whitney Houston. Houston successfully handles uptempo dance numbers, ballads, mid-tempo R&B grooves, hip hop and reggae.
Successful singles to be released from the album were When You Believe (a duet with Mariah Carey), Heartbreak Hotel and It's Not Right But It's Okay, for which she won a Grammy Award.
The fourth release was My Love Is Your Love (song) which peaked at #4 on the US Hot 100, and became Houston's second best selling single ever, after I Will Always Love You. --Dan Cocker
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