Whitney Houstons last recorded song

By Drum Digital
22 May 2012

The last song recorded by Whitney Houston is a fun and upbeat song, which simply is a celebration of the singers life.

Released just  a couple of hours after the Billboard Music Awards, the upbeat song called Celebrate features her co-star on the film Sparkle, Jordin Sparks, who also quite effortlessly sang a tribute for Whitney Houston at the Billboard Music Awards.

The song written by R-kelly, as the title indicates, is a celebration, with Houston singing, "Everybody's been so uptight/ And forgetting to live their life/ Let all the problems get them down/ 'Til it makes you want to shout."

Sparks then follows, "See everybody been down on luck/ Finally things are looking up/ The sun has chased all the rain away/ No more obstacles in our way."

According to BET the song was intended to become a soundtrack for the film Sparkle, which the late songstress was working on at the time of her death in February

Houston was found dead in her bath tub by her bodyguard at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles on February 11,  just a day prior to musics biggest night, the Grammy Music Awards.

Listen to the full song here:

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