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The Guide to Getting Into Chaka Khan, Funk's Eternal Queen

'Hello Happiness' is Chaka Khan's first album in 12 years. As funk's standard-bearer, her dynamic voice is enough to stand the test of time – and genres.
Kristin Corry
2.21.19
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Having Migos on Carpool Karaoke Is the Best Thing James Corden's Ever Done

The North Atlanta trio put their spin on classics like Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" and Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" while carrying a wild amount of cash.
Kristin Corry
11.15.18
Op-Eds

Women Artists Deserve Music Documentaries That Focus on Their Work

Kevin Macdonald’s ‘Whitney’ tells an arresting story, but prioritises a true crime narrative at the expense of celebrating Houston’s abilities.
Tshepo Mokoena
7.10.18
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The Whitney Houston Doc's Theatrical Trailer Is an Emotional Watch

A new full-length trailer for 'Whitney' features unseen archival footage of Houston herself and the many characters in her operatic life, including Bobby Brown.
Phil Witmer
5.17.18
Noisey News

Watch a Trailer For A New Doc That Tells Whitney Houston's Tragic Story

'WHITNEY' will have its world premiere at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival – see a trailer here.
Noisey Staff
4.30.18
Pity Party

My Mom’s Pregnancy Playlist Helped Me Get to Know Her Better

At 24, I'm the same age as she was when she had me. By listening to the music she liked back then, I took a closer look at our similarities in taste.
Lauren O'Neill
3.14.18
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Wyclef Jean's Tiny Desk Concert Is Scientifically Proven to Make You Happy

Easily the most joyful 25 minutes of your day.
Noisey Staff
11.7.17
Noisey News

Madonna Once Called Whitney Houston "Horribly Mediocre" in a Leaked Letter

The note is just one of the personal items that she's trying to block a New York auction house from selling.
Lauren O'Neill
7.19.17
Behind the Music

What We Learn About the Pop Machine from Films Like ‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’

Nick Broomfield's newest documentary is yet another reminder that the music industry can devour people.
Daisy Jones
6.15.17
Documentary

The Secret Life of Whitney Houston

We spoke to documentary maker Nick Broomfield about his new film, 'Whitney: Can I Be Me'.
Joseph Walsh
6.14.17
A Year of Lil Wayne

Never Forget Lil Wayne's 2008 Summer Jam Finale

Nothing may ever top him walking off the stage to "I Will Always Love You."
Kyle Kramer
6.13.17
we asked a smart person

Why Exactly Are We So Obsessed With Songs About Heartbreak?

We spoke to a bunch of experts about why we like to scream Cher's "Believe" in the aftermath of a break-up.
Sammy Maine
5.26.17
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