Never in a million years would I have thought that headline would every be typed.
Unreleased tracks by late singers is not a rarity, but a single from a 48-year-old actor just does not happen.
Seven years after her death, EDM artist Kygo released a new remix of Whitney Houston’s cover of Steve Winwood’s 1986 hit “Higher Love.”
Clive Davis, who first signed the music icon, took to Instagram to tease the release of the reworked oldie (but a goodie) earlier this week.
“In 1990, Whitney Houston performs a cover of Steve Winwood’s ‘Higher Love’ during her show in Tokyo,” the video reads.
The video went on to explain that the “I Will Always Love You” singer then re-recorded the song in 1991, intended for her third album I’m Your Baby Tonight – but it was never officially released.
We see Kygo open a drawer and take out an old video tape labeled “Tokyo 1990 Whitney H.” — then the words “Until now” appear on screen.
Listen to “Higher Love” by Whitney Houston below.
Jeremy Renner, the actor best known for playing Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has just released a song.
Yes, a song.
The new single, “Heaven Don’t Have a Name,” might confuse fans as he previously lent his vocal abilities to a song by Sam Feldt, “Heaven Don’t Have a Name.”
Yes, Jeremy Renner’s new single is a new version of a song he already offered his guest vocals on, which is only complicating matters among his fans who were hoping to get an entirely new song.
According to his official website, he recently recorded an entire album that he hopes to release “soon.”
Listen to “Heaven Don’t Have a Name” by Jeremy Renner below.