New song of famous American singer Whitney Houston Higher Love was released on Friday, seven years after her death. The singer recorded it in 1990, writes
The song is a cover version of the works of British musician Steve Windwood, which he released in 1986. The song was released only in Japan as bonus track to one of the albums.
Before the release of the recording of the song was treated a well known DJ from Norway the Kirra Gorwell Dahl, known as Kygo. The musician admitted that he wanted to make a song like this, no matter how she sang it in Houston, but adding to its style.
The wife of Whitney’s brother, Pat Houston, responsible for managing the legacy of the singer, said that the new arrangement is intended to remind people why they fell in love with the famous singer.
Whitney Houston – the famous American singer, has received more than 400 awards, including seven Grammy awards. The greatest popularity was brought to her songs I Will Always Love You, Run To You, All The Man That I Need and I Have Nothing. The singer died in 2012 from congestive heart failure at the age of 48 years.