Happy Birthday! I Wish Whitney Houston Would Have Known Her Own Strength.***messymandella***

         Whitney Houston lived a life that humbled most, and destroyed her in the end.

Today is her birthday.

We must tell the truth about Whitney Houston. I cried, because I was in her situation,not drugs but with someone who would play the part of a different person to the public…


When she lost part of her heavenly voice, and her self-respect through addiction, we were confused and disappointed.

We laughed, and comedians made multiple jokes about Whitney Houston’s addiction.

No one thought it would end like this.

I want to say that Whitney Houston has always inspired me to hold your head up high and walk with pride.

Even when she wasn’t the Whitney we fell in love with, she still tried.

In fact, she was that unselfish, when she was going through her demons, she didn’t want anyone to know she was still on drugs and suffered alone.

          She dealt with her own pain, the worst way, but what sadly she assumed was the best thing for her life.

When you take the time to look inside  yourself use Whitney as your example.


People who love you and care, will not hurt you or destroy your creativity with stupidity or insist you make decisions that could destroy your ability to showcase your talent, or diminish your inner strength.

It is sad, that her personal life overshadowed everything she did professionally.

Her life can be our lesson in self-evaluation. You can never carry people that WILL NEVER carry you.

She looked like a fool in the public eye and she suffered in pain and maybe that is why she turned to drugs?

She didn’t tell the world she still needed Help.

I wish she knew her  worth, there will never be a voice to rival hers.

You  can’t be around someone who does not want anything in life,or just will cause you pain because they can.

You must know your self-worth and believe in your talent! Never associate with someone who doesn’t have your best interest at heart.

If that person cares they will help you career, not sidetrack it to cause pain or drama or interfere with your fan base and family perception.

I hope other women realize that even with beauty, determination, and talent the person you love the most could be the worst thing that ever happened to you.

Too bad, when you realize it, you can see what all you passed up, and lost of your own talent, time, and well-being.

Love yourself,

Thank you Whitney.

Thank you for your beauty and voice. We love you, still.  I just wish you would have known your own strength.


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Miki Howard never had a chance to shine, due to productions and marketing potential.

 I will continue digging through the crates of my parent’s obscure music and locating hits with distinction and sample worthy material worth revisiting in numerous hidden hits or obscure soul ballads.The new generation of music lovers must learn their musical history and pay homage to women that have paved the way with their talent and unfaltering love for their artistic vision.



The Billboard Charts missed a few,and some just did not receive their due, until NOW!
I will keep digging through the crates of my parents music and finding beauty in hidden hits, or obscure soul ballads that the Billboard Charts missed, or didn’t give their proper due.



If Miki  had the right promotion she could have made the same impact as Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey in the early years, we would know her legacy and accomplishments too.


Miki  is famous also for her duet, with Gerald Levert on the song, “That’s What Love Is…” and numerous other hits!
We were mezmorized, but had no idea the voice or the body of music created was by a women determined and underestimated, and maybe it was her fault, that she was ahead of her time?



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michael buble a song for you ****messymandella***

       Canadian singer, Michael Buble is one of the most phenomenal singers of our generation.

His jazz and soulful chords reach every demographic and genre.

In this case he reinvents Donny Hathaway‘s timeless classic “A Song For You.”

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