[42] Cheo Hodari Coker from the Los Angeles Times praised Babyface for his production on the song, stating "Babyface's funky-but-restrained background track is the real star of this jam. Chú ý: Tất cả các bài hát mới đều được sáng tác bởi Babyface. American recording artist Brandy Norwood entered the music business as a backing vocalist for R&B boy bands such as Immature, prior to launching her own career in 1994.

Lytle said "the dynamic vocalist[Whitney Houston] sails through the emotional 'Why Does It Hurt So Bad.'

The album produced four US top 5 singles, including three Billboard Hot 100 No.1 singles. For the Cool in You is the third studio album by American R&B musician and songwriter Babyface. "Change the World" is a song written by Tommy Sims, Gordon Kennedy, and Wayne Kirkpatrick, the best-known version of which was recorded by the English singer Eric Clapton for the soundtrack of the 1996 film Phenomenon. https://whitney-houston.fandom.com/wiki/Waiting_to_Exhale:_Original_Soundtrack_Album?oldid=4186, Let it Flow (4:27) [written by Babyface]-(performed by Toni Braxton), It Hurts Like Hell (4:19)-[written by Babyface]-(performed by Aretha Franklin), Sittin' Up in My Room (4:52)-[written by Babyface]-(performed by Brandy), This is How It Works (5:00)-[written by Babyface & Lisa Lopes]-(performed by TLC), Not Gon' Cry (4:57)-[written by Babyface]-(performed by Mary J. Blige), My Funny Valentine (4:06)-[written by Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart]-(performed by Chaka Khan), And I Gave My Love To You (4:48)-[written by Babyface & Sonja Marie]-(performed by Sonja Marie), All Night Long (4:31)-[written by Babyface]-(performed by SWV), Wey U (4:32)-[written by Babyface)-(performed by Chanté Moore), My Love, Sweet Love (4:21)-[written by Babyface]-(performed by Patti LaBelle), Kissing You (3:23)-[written by Babyface]-(performed by Faith Evans), Love Will Be Waiting at Home (5:59)-[produced by Babyface]-(performed by For Real), How Could You Call Her Baby (5:09)-[produced by Babyface]-(performed by Shanna).

"[24] Geoffrey Himes, in an editorial review for Amazon.com, stated that the soundtrack album is "a fascinating song suite, [...] and one of the best middle-of-the-road-pop, adult-contemporary albums of the decade." Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea! "Exhale " is a song by American recording artist Whitney Houston, featured on the soundtrack for the film Waiting to Exhale. [41] It also became a major hit for Blige on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart, peaking at number two position. It failed to enter on the Hot 100 chart, but peaked at number fifty-one on the Hot R&B Singles chart, the issue date of July 20, 1996. Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album est la bande originale du film Où sont les hommes ? Among its sixteen songs, he complimented "Not Gon' Cry" performed by Mary J. Blige especially, commenting "Babyface's music and lyrics suggest a woman barely holding back a swelling flood of anger and heartache, and Blige's brilliant vocal captures both the agitation and the restraint." [15] [ dead link ] According to the Nielsen SoundScan, as of 2009, it sold over 5,100,000 copies in the United States.

[2] The soundtrack has sold over twelve million copies worldwide. It spawned two number-one hits on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart; "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" and "Let It Flow", and three top-ten hits, "Sittin' Up in My Room", "Not Gon' Cry" and "Count on Me". [43] The single earned Platinum award by the RIAA on May 23, 1996, with 1,000,000 copies sold. Tracklisting Edit. [31] In addition, it became Houston's eleventh and seventh number one single, on the Hot 100 Singles chart and the Hot R&B Singles chart, respectively.

"Heartbreak Hotel" is a song by American singer Whitney Houston. Just when you think she can't spill out another drop, there is another melismatic gush of emotion." "[1] Craig Lytle with AllMusic rated Waiting to Exhale soundtrack four out-of five stars, and in his review of the album, paid more attention to female vocalists and their performances than lyrics or production for each track, calling the album "outstanding all-female set."

Musically, it is an R&B ballad, and the lyrics chronicle a lovelorn lament. "[28] Pareles stated "Babyface gathers most of the sultriest female singers in current rhythm-and-blues and matches them with his own tender, gently pulsating songs. Jerry McKenna (ngày 25 tháng 11 năm 1995). Whitney Houston Wiki is a FANDOM Music Community.

The song was written and produced by Babyface. Just when you think she can't spill out another drop, there is another melismatic gush of emotion. 1 Soundtrack Album" on the Billboard year-end charts and the "Best-selling Soundtrack Recording" by the National Association of Recording Merchandisers (NARM) in 1995–1996. Album đạt vị trí số một trên bảng xếp hạng Billboard 200 trong năm tuần và bảng xếp hạng Top R&B Albums trong mười tuần.

[41] It also peaked at number two on the Hot 100 Singles chart, staying on the chart for a total of thirty-three weeks.

[66] On August 3, 1996, the single debuted at number sixty and number thirty-four, on the Hot 100 and Hot R&B singles chart, respectively.

This mid-tempo song represents a joint collaboration between the Grammy Award-winning producer Babyface and Bryce Wilson, and was issued in the United States as a double A-side with "Let It Flow", the airplay hit from the 1995 film Waiting to Exhale. [12][13] The soundtrack album was certified 7× Platinum for shipping 7 million copies in the United States alone by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)[14] on September 4, 1996. [45] It remained at the top for five consecutive weeks and stayed on the chart for a total of twenty-two weeks. Kot wrote "while Babyface's notions are noble, his lyrics too often settle for cliches instead of specifics, and the arrangements are swathed in the kind of synthesized wallpaper that is turning black pop into bland pop. Fittingly, the soundtrack waits to exhale, hovering in sensuous suspense.

[8][9] The album stayed for a total of 49 weeks and 70 weeks, on the Billboard 200 chart and the Top R&B Albums chart respectively. [10] [11] With this success on the charts and strong sales, it became 1996's "No. "[21] However unlike other critics that praised Babyface for his producing and songwriting ability on the album highly, Greg Kot, the music critic of the Chicago Tribune, was critical of his lyrics and production. To this day, when I hear that, that's one of my favorite songs.

Brown changed producers for this album, and worked extensively with hit-making songwriting and production duo Babyface and L.A. Reid.

The track was also included in a medley along with "I Believe in You and Me" and "It Hurts Like Hell" in her set list on her My Love Is Your Love World Tour in 1999. He uses understatement for seduction." The album debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 and was supported by four US number-one singles: "I Wanna Dance with Somebody ", "Didn't We Almost Have It All", "So Emotional", and "Where Do Broken Hearts Go", which established an unprecedented seven consecutive No.1 hits by a performer. [49] [50] And it peaked at number eight on the Hot 100 and number seven on the Hot R&B Singles chart in May 1996, in addition to reaching number four on Adult Contemporary chart. Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album là album soundtrack của bộ phim cùng tên.Phát hành vào cuối năm 1995, phần nhạc phim đã trở thành một hit lớn với sự xuất hiện của một số tên tuổi lớn nhất trong ngành công nghiệp, bao gồm Whitney Houston, Brandy, Toni Braxton, Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Mary J. Blige, SWV và TLC.

Three songs were nominated for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Billboard called the song "a surprisingly understated shuffle-ballad with soul and far more interesting vocal colors than all the shrieking can provide." Tại lễ trao giải Grammy lần thứ 39 năm 1997, album nhận được tổng cộng 11 đề cử bao gồm Album của năm, Bài hát của năm cho "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" và 3 bài hát được đề cử giải Trình diễn giọng R&B nữ xuất sắc nhất, và giành chiến thắng một giải ở hạng mục "Bài hát R&B hay nhất" cho "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" được viết bởi Babyface.

Houston's third studio album, I'm Your Baby Tonight (1990), peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 chart and yielded two number-one singles; "I'm Your Baby Tonight" and "All the Man That I Need", selling 10 million units worldwide. The discography of American singer Whitney Houston (1963–2012) consists of seven studio albums, six compilations, two soundtrack albums, five box sets, six extended plays, and 57 singles.

It was co-written by Carey and Babyface. Written and produced by Babyface, the song was originally recorded for, and included on, the soundtrack to the 1995 motion picture Waiting to Exhale. [15][dead link] According to the Nielsen SoundScan, as of 2009, it sold over 5,100,000 copies in the United States. [37][38][39], The album's second single, "Sittin' Up in My Room" by Brandy, debuted at number forty-six and number thirteen, on the Hot 100 Singles chart and Hot R&B Singles chart, the issue date of December 30, 1995, respectively. "Not Gon' Cry" is a 1996 single by American R&B singer Mary J. Blige, from the soundtrack to the film Waiting to Exhale; the song is also featured on Blige's 1997 album, Share My World.

Written and produced by Babyface, the soundtrack features appearances by some of the biggest names in the industry, including Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, TLC, Brandy, Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Faith Evans, Patti LaBelle, SWV and Mary J. Blige. The song was written and produced solely by Babyface.