Rap Round Table: What Was Whitney Houston's Best Song?
Some rappers happen to be thoughtful, intelligent people. Each week Rocks Off will have some of them here discussing issues relevant to their culture.
This Week's Panel: TroubleSum, O.N.E., Medicine Girl, D-Risha, Young Sensation, Kyle Hubbard, Zavey, Brad Gilmore
Not Invited: Kevin Costner
This Week's Prompt: This is a sad one. What was Whitney Houston's greatest song and why?
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TroubleSum: "One Moment in Time." The words and the delivery were both amazing and inspiring.
O.N.E.: My favorite song is the song I've been hearing since yesterday; "I'm Your Baby Tonight."
Medicine Girl: "Greatest Love of All."
D-Risha: "I Will Always Love You" from The Bodyguard soundtrack because it showed her range to its fullest extent with a power ballad.
Young Sensation: Her greatest song is "I Will Always Love You," because it is classic. The Bodyguard is still one of the highest-selling soundtracks.
Kyle Hubbard: Sad indeed. "I Will Always Love You"; it's iconic. It's a song everyone knows and that resonates with everyone on some level.
Zavey: All of them were great. Whitney didn't sing, she sang, straight from the heart.
Brad Gilmore: "I Will Always Love You." Even though it's Dolly Parton's original song, Whitney made it her own, like Johnny Cash did with "Hurt."
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