My Love Is Your Love

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My Love Is Your Love
Studio album by Whitney Houston
Released November 17, 1998[1]
Recorded August–October 1998[2][3]
Genre R&B, soul
Length 60:44
Label Arista
Producer Babyface, Kelvin Bradshaw, Lloyd"Spec" Turner, Clive Davis, Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis, Missy Elliott, David Foster, Lauryn Hill, Whitney Houston, Wyclef Jean, Rodney Jerkins
Whitney Houston chronology
The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album
(1996)
My Love Is Your Love
(1998)
Whitney: The Greatest Hits
(2000)
Singles from My Love Is Your Love
  1. "When You Believe"
    Released: November 2, 1998
  2. "Heartbreak Hotel"
    Released: December 15, 1998
  3. "It's Not Right, But It's Okay"
    Released: January 25, 1999 (The Dance Mixes)/April 19, 1999
  4. "My Love Is Your Love"
    Released: July 3, 1999
  5. "I Learned from the Best"
    Released: February 22, 2000

My Love Is Your Love is the fourth studio album by American singer Whitney Houston, released worldwide on November 17, 1998. The album, her first studio album in eight years since I'm Your Baby Tonight, was composed of mid-tempo R&B, hip hop, ballads, urban-dance, reggae, and torch songs, produced by different musicians such as Rodney Jerkins, Soulshock & Karlin, Wyclef Jean, David Foster, and Babyface. Although the album only peaked at number thirteen—her lowest position at the point—on the Billboard 200, and it sold less than Houston's previous albums in the US, it was a hit globally, with successful world tour in support of the album. In particular, it was a hit in Europe, topping the charts in Austria,[4] the Netherlands,[5] and Switzerland.[6] It also reached the top five in other European countries like Belgium,[7][8] Denmark,[9] Finland,[10] France,[11] Germany,[12] Norway,[13] and the United Kingdom.[14] The album generated five hit singles, including three top five US Hot 100 hits: "Heartbreak Hotel", "It's Not Right, But It's Okay" and the title track, "My Love Is Your Love", became Houston's third best-selling single ever.[15][16][17] Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI, Europe) certified 4× platinum for shipping of four million copies of the album in 1999 and 2002, respectively. My Love Is Your Love is notable for introducing elements of urban/hip-hop into Houston's work, only sparingly used in her previous material.[18][19] Worldwide it has sold over thirteen million copies.[20]

With its commercial success, My Love Is Your Love received rave reviews from many critics, often regarded as one of her best works.[21] At the 42nd Grammy Awards of 2000, the album got seven nominations including Best R&B Album and two Best R&B Songs, and won one of which, Houston's sixth Grammy Award, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "It's Not Right But It's Okay".[22]

Commercial performance[edit]

In the United States, My Love Is Your Love was released on November 17, 1998 when major records were released simultaneously for the holidays by high-profile musicians like Garth Brooks, Jewel, Method Man, The Offspring and Seal besides her.Time magazine wrote, "Music-industry folks have dubbed it Super Tuesday because more than ten major pop acts issued new CDs on the single day, making it the heaviest release date ever."[23][24] The album entered the US Billboard 200 chart at number thirteen, which was the peak position of the album and her lowest chart position at that point in time, with sales of 123,000 copies in its first week.[25] That result was a disappointing because the release was Houston's first non-soundtrack album in eight years and was highly anticipated. But eventually, the album became a commercial success, thanks to a series of hit singles, her energetic promotions and a successful tour. My Love Is Your Love was present on the Billboard 200 chart for 75 weeks and on Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart for 79 weeks, peaking at number seven.[26][27] The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified the album 4× platinum on November 1, 1999, for shipments of four million copies.[18] According to the Nielson SoundScan, the album has sold 2,753,000 copies.[28]

Across Europe, it was more successful than in United States. In early times of its release, the commercial response for the album was short of expectations. But its sales rose sharply during the European leg of the My Love Is Your Love World Tour, which was the highest grossing arena concert tour of 1999 in the continent,[29] and consequently My Love Is Your Love became the second best-selling album of 1999 in Europe behind Cher's Believe,[30] spending more than one year on the charts in many countries. In the United Kingdom, it reached number four on the albums chart[14] and was certified 3× Platinum for shipments of 900,000 copies of the album by the British Phonographic Industry(BPI).[31] In France, the album peaked at number two on the albums chart,[11] was certified 2× platinum by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique (SNEP), selling 700,000 copies.[32][33] In Germany, it climbed to the number two on the albums chart on its 35th week and has sold more than 670,000 copies.[12][34] The album reached number one on the albums charts in Austria,[4] Switzerland[6] and Netherlands,[5] and the top five in Belgium,[7][8] Denmark,[9] Norway[13] and Finland.[10] My Love Is Your Love was certified 4× platinum by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) for shipments of four million copies of the album in Europe.[19] Worldwide, the album has sold over thirteen million copies.[20]

Critical response[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[35]
Billboard (Positive)[36]
Entertainment Weekly B+[37]
Los Angeles Times 3/4 stars[38]
The New York Times (Positive)[39]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[40]
TIME 2.5/4 stars[23]
USA Today 3.5/4 stars[41]
The Baltimore Sun 3/5 stars[42]

Upon the album's debut, the album received rave responses from music critics. Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone magazine commented that "It's easily her most consistent album ever — in fact, it's her first consistent album",[40] and praised her mature voice as follows:

The former ingenue has some grown-up scars now, singing the marital blues with a bite in her voice that she's never come close to before. Did you think she'd crumble? Did you think she'd lay down and die? Then check out My Love, pal, and hear Houston prove beyond a doubt that she will survive.[40]

Rolling Stone

Jon Pareles, in his review for the New York Times, praised her fully developed voice, too. He stated that her sound was "supple and devout", comparing Carey's fidgetting sound with every phrase in "When You Believe", and commented "Ms. Houston used to be similarly showy and disjointed, but now her improvisations bring emotional coherence to technical feats."[39] With expressing his interest about any connections between her troubled marriage and her new materials, commented "Lest anyone draw other conclusions from the songs, the album carries a disclaimer."[39] Also, he was almost positive about her new songs with changed style such as "It's Not Right But It's Okay", "Heartbreak Hotel" and "My Love Is Your Love", but was critical of more old-fashioned ballads, commenting "sound stodgy and bombastic".[39] In Billboard magazine's review, the issue dated November 28, 1999, the magazine called the album "A tour de force that showcases her strengths in a wide array of musical genres from pop to R&B to gospel to dance."[36] The publication also opined: "On an album with writing and production input from a diverse roster of players, Houston keeps it all together with her spectacular voice and singular artistic persona", declaring the album had "immense crossover potential".[36] Mark Bautz of Entertainment Weekly gave the album B+, calling My Love Is Your Love "A schizophrenic album" and "A primer on today's hip-hop/R&B scene: the good, the bad." by reason of the uneveness of the album.[37] He commented "Wyclef Jean's gorgeous reggae-tinged title song and three funky cuts by Rodney Jerkins showcase the 35-year-old Whitney Houston in all her creative, soulful maturity. In contrast, a trio of schmaltzy Babyface-produced tunes expose her as merely a gifted interpreter of bland radio-ready fare.".[37] Similarly, TIME praised some new songs, calling the title song "superb" and Houston's remake of Stevie Wonder's classic "fabulous", but criticized the old-fashioned songs of the album sharply, commenting "The problem is with the Old Guard: producer David Foster's work is dull, and Dianne Warren and Babyface, who both wrote tracks, have better work on their respective resumes."[23] Writing for USA Today in November 1998, Steve Jones made a favorable comment on almost every song whether it is a ballad with her formula for success or a new styled song produced by hot, young producers who've updated and diversified her sound, stating "There's something here for just about everybody, whether you favor R&B, pop or adult contemporary radio."[41] But he chose the remake "I Was Made To Love Him" as the best track of the album, complimenting the song highly, "The rollicking, gender-flipping remake".[41] Stephen Thomas Erlewine from Allmusic, who gave the album four out of five stars, called it "easily ranks among her best" and complimented the musical diversity "Houston has never been quite so subtle before, nor has she ever shown this desire to branch out musically."[35] But he also wasn't positive for adult contemporary ballads of the album, stating "In fact, the songs that feel the stiffest are the big production numbers; tellingly, they're the songs that are the most reminiscent of old-school Houston."[35] Los Angeles Times gave it three out of four stars, writing "[It] reflect her growth as an artist and as an individual."[38]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "It's Not Right, But It's Okay"   Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Isaac Phillips, Toni Estes Rodney Jerkins 4:52
2. "Heartbreak Hotel" (featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price) Kenneth Karlin, Tamara Savage, Carsten Schack Soulshock and Karlin 4:41
3. "My Love Is Your Love"   Wyclef Jean, Jerry "Wonder" Duplessis Wyclef Jean, Jerry "Wonder" Duplessis 4:20
4. "When You Believe" (duet with Mariah Carey from The Prince of Egypt) Stephen Schwartz (additional music by Babyface) Babyface 4:32
5. "If I Told You That"   Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Toni Estes Rodney Jerkins 4:37
6. "In My Business" (featuring Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott) Missy Elliott, Kelvin "K.B." Bradshaw, Lloyd "Spec" Turner Missy Elliott, Kelvin "K.B." Bradshaw, Lloyd "Spec" Turner 3:27
7. "I Learned from the Best"   Diane Warren David Foster 4:21
8. "Oh Yes"   Missy Elliott, Kelvin "K.B." Bradshaw, Lloyd "Spec" Turner Missy Elliott, Kelvin "K.B." Bradshaw, Lloyd "Spec" Turner 6:47
9. "Get It Back"   Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Toni Estes Rodney Jerkins 4:53
10. "Until You Come Back"   Babyface, Daryl Simmons Babyface 4:52
11. "I Bow Out"   Diane Warren Babyface, Rodney Jerkins 4:31
12. "You'll Never Stand Alone"   Diane Warren Babyface 4:21
13. "I Was Made to Love Him" (Hidden track) Henry Cosby, Lula Mae Hardaway, Sylvia Moy, Stevie Wonder Lauryn Hill 4:26

Promotional concerts[edit]

Houston performed two sold-out concerts a few days before the album's release, on November 13 and 14 at Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. Both concerts showcased new songs from the album as well as hit songs from previous releases. Several media critics as well as a host of celebrities attended, including Luther Vandross, Brandy, and Wyclef Jean. On November 18, Houston performed an expensive invitation-only concert at Cipriani's Wall Street, audience attendees included Clive Davis, Kevin Costner, P. Diddy as well as Donald Trump, Babyface, Mary J. Blige and wealthy business socialites.

Set list[edit]

Dates[edit]

Date City Venue
November 13, 1998 Atlantic City, New Jersey Trump Taj Mahal
November 14, 1998
November 19, 1998 New York City, New York Cipriani Hall

TV promotions[edit]

Date Title Details
November 23, 1998 The Rosie O'Donnell Show
November 25, 1998 The Oprah Winfrey Show
December 7, 1998 The 9th Billboard Music Awards
December 10, 1998 Late Show with David Letterman
December 11, 1998 The NBC Today Show
December 13, 1998 The Prince of Egypt TV Special
January 11, 1999 The 26th American Music Awards
January 13, 1999 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
February 8, 1999 The Surprise Show
February 11, 1999 C'era Un Ragazzo[43]
February 13, 1999 Sorpresa, Sorpresa
February 16, 1999 1999 BRIT Awards
February 18, 1999
(Air Date)
Sen kväll med Luuk
  • Houston appeared on the Swedish TV show Sen kväll med Luuk, which was TV4's most popular talk shows ever during My Love Is Your Love European promotion.
  • Houston performed "It's Not Right But It's Okay" and was interviewed by host, Kristian Luuk, for about 10 minutes.
February 19, 1999 Top of the Pops
February 20, 1999 Wetten Dass
March 5, 1999
(Air Date)
Les Annees Tube
  • Houston performed "Heartbreak Hotel" with the video in the background on French TV show, Les Annees Tube, aired TF1.
  • This show was taped during her European promotion in February 1999.
  • Her appearance on French TV show, was for the first time since her tragic incident with Serge Gainsbourg who insulted her on the live French TV show called Champs Elysees in 1986.
March 21 The 71st Academy Awards
March 26, 1999 The 13th Soul Train Music Awards
April 13, 1999 VH1 Divas Live '99
June 21, 1999 The Oprah Winfrey Show

Singles[edit]

All five singles released from My Love Is Your Love were great success worldwide. In the United States, they were all top forty Billboard Hot 100 hits, with three reaching the top five on the chart, selling a total of 3.9 million copies. The album generated two Platinum and two Gold singles, awarded by the Recording Industry Association of America in 1999. In the United Kingdom, Houston also had five top forty singles including three top five hits from the album, with a total of 1.09 million copies sold, becoming the eighth best-selling singles artist of 1999.[47] The singles also achieved success in other countries such as Canada, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland.

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"When You Believe", duet with Mariah Carey, was released as the lead single of the album on November 2, 1998. The song debuted at number fifty-one without retail single on the new Billboard Hot 100 chart, which had changed to allow airplay-only tracks to enter the chart, the issue date of December 5, 1998.[48] Before release, it led to expectations that the song would be a smash hit due to the star power of two music rivals. However, after the single had released, it managed to peak at number fifteen on the chart, the issue dated January 30, 1999.[49] It reached number thirty-three on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles & Tracks chart.[50] Billboard was unfavorable towards the single, commenting "Given the potential of these two [Houston and Carey] powerhouse voices, however, the song falls flat with a surprisingly understated and downright disappointing bridge: You wait and wait for the duel of the divas, and it simply never materializes," but positive of Houston's performance; "The genuine story in this track is the return of Houston, who sounds fantasticㅡas clear and confident as ever."[51] The RIAA certified it Gold for shipments of 500,000 copies on March 24, 1999.[52] Unlike in the United States, the single was a success on the world charts. It reached the top five in the U.K. with 260,000 copies sold,[53][54] Belgium,[55][56] France,[57] Italy,[58] Netherlands,[59] Norway,[60] Spain,[61] Sweden,[62] Switzerland,[63] and the top ten in Austria,[64] Denmark,[65] Finland,[66] Germany,[67] Ireland,[68] and New Zealand.[69] Thanks to popularity for the song across Europe, it eventually peaked at number two on the Eurochart Hot 100.[70]

The album's second single, "Heartbreak Hotel" which features Faith Evans and Kelly Price, entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart at number eighty-four, the issue date of December 15, 1998.[71] In its first week when the song was commercially available, it leaped to number twenty-nine, and after six weeks peaked at number two on the Hot 100, making it the first Houston single to peak in the runner-up spot.[72][73][74] The song entered the revamped Billboard Hot R&B Singles & Tracks chart at number twenty-three with the mark of its seventh week on the chart, the issue date of January 9, 1999.[75] In Its first week of retail release, it reached the number six and the following week topped the chart, becoming her eighth No.1 single on the Hot R&B chart.[50][76] The single stayed on the summit for seven consecutive weeks from February 13 to March 27, 1999, which was her third longest stay atop this chart behind "I Will Always Love You" for eleven weeks and "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" for eight weeks, and was on the chart for a total of thirty-one weeks.[77][78] The single sold over 1,400,000 copies in the U.S. alone, becoming the third best-selling single of 1999, and was certified Platinum by the RIAA on March 2, 1999.[79][80]

"It's Not Right, But It's Okay" was released as the third single from the album on January 25, 1999. Before May, it was featured as the B-side of maxi-singles with "Heartbreak Hotel", and charted on the Hot 100 and Hot R&B with its only airplay and sales of maxi-singles. The song appeared firstly at number sixty-four on the Hot R&B Singles & Tracks chart, the issue date of January 9, 1999.[81] It rose higher position of the chart steadily, and eventually reached its peak position, number seven, in its twenty-fourth week on the chart.[82] On the Hot 100 chart, the single debuted at number eighty-seven, the issue date of May 8, 1999, and after the regular-length cassette & CD configurations had hit stores, peaked at number four, selling 522,000 copies in the United States.[83][84] The RIAA certified it Gold on June 29, 1999.[80] It was also successful in the United Kingdom. The single reached the number three on the singles chart, making it her twelfth top ten hits, and sold over 510,000 units, ranked at number twenty-five in the list of UK's best-selling singles in 1999.[85][86] In Canada, it made rare chart performances, peaking at number three for the regular single and number five for its import single simultaneously on the Canadian SoundScan Singles chart in August 1999.[87] After her European promotion during February in 1999, it was popular in many countries of Europe, reaching the number one in Spain,[88] top twenty in Austria,[89] Germany,[90] Italy,[91] Netherlands,[92] Switzerland,[93] and Sweden.[94] Finally it peaked at number nine on the Eurochart Hot 100.[95]

The title track, "My Love Is Your Love" was the fourth single from the album. It was a massive hit worldwide, becoming another signature song for Whitney. Firstly, the single was released in each country of Europe from June 1999, prior to the United States. Upon release, the song was popular immediately across Europe, and became a bigger hit during her My Love Is Your Love European Tour. In the U.K., it went straight to its peak position, number two, on the singles chart, the issue date of July 3, 1999.[96] The single sold 525,000 copies, becoming the twenty-second best-selling single of 1999.[85][86] In Germany, it peaked at number two and was certified Platinum for shipments of 500,000 copies by the Bundesverband Musikindustrie (BVMI).[97][98] It also reached the number two in countries such as Austria,[99] Ireland,[100] the Netherlands,[101] Sweden,[102] and Switzerland.[103] It went to top ten in Belgium,[104][105] Denmark,[106] France,[107] and Norway.[108] Eventually the single topped the Eurochart Hot 100 for a week, becoming her fourth number one single, and was positioned at number six in the Europe's Top Singles list of 1999.[30][109] In New Zealand, it peaked at number one for a week, which was Houston's third number-one single after 1987's "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" and 1992's "I Will Always Love You".[110] Likewise, it was a hit in the United States. The song debuted at number eighty-one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in September 1999 and peaked at number four in January 2000, becoming her 22nd top ten hit.[111][112][113] In addition, it reached the number two position on the Hot R&B Singles & Tracks chart, spending a total of twenty-nine weeks on the chart.[114] The single sold 1,100,000 copies and was certified Platinum by the RIAA on December 14, 1999.[80] Worldwide it sold over 3 million copies and became her third best-selling single ever, behind "I Will Always Love You" and "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)", with 12 million and 4.2 million copies sold, respectively.[15][16][17]

"I Learned from the Best" became the fifth and final single to be released from the album on February 22, 2000. The song debuted at number eighty-three on the Hot 100 and peaked at number twenty-seven.[115][116] It reached the number thirteen on the Hot R&B Singles & Tracks.[117] According to the Nielsen SoundScan, the single sold 352,000 units in the United States alone. Outside the U.S., it wasn't successful as big as the previous singles from the album. The single reached the number six in Finland,[118] the number eight in Spain,[119] and the number nineteen in the United Kingdom with 95,000 copies sold.[85][120] Besides, it went to the top forty in the Netherlands,[121] Sweden,[122] and Switzerland.[123]

Billboard Hot Dance Music chart[edit]

The songs with various remix versions, released from My Love Is Your Love, were very popular in dance clubs and smash hits on the Billboard Dance Music chart. Four consecutive singles reached the number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chartㅡ"It's Not Right But It's Okay" for three weeks,[124] "Heartbreak Hotel" for a week,[125] "My Love Is Your Love" for two weeks,[126] and "I Learned from the Best" for three weeks.[127] Moreover, the maxi-singles, released as vinyl, cassette and CD formats, were successful on the Billboard Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales chart. "My Love Is Your Love" topped the chart for two weeks,[128] and "I Learned from the Best" for one week.[129] "Heartbreak Hotel/It's Not Right But It's Okay" and "It's Not Right But It's Okay/I Will Always Love You" peaked at number two on the chart, respectively.[124][130]

Charts[edit]

Singles chart positions[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions
US CAN
[151]
[152]
[153]
UK
[154]
AUS
[155]
AUT
[156]
BEL ESP
[157]
[158]
[159]
FIN
[160]
FRA
[161]
GER
[162]
IRL
[163]
NED
[164]
NOR
[165]
NZ
[166]
SWE
[167]
SWI
[168]
Hot 100
[169]
R&B
[169]
AC
[169]
Dance
[169]
FL
[170]
WA
[171]
1998 "When You Believe" 15 33 3 26 4 13 6 5 4 2 10 5 8 7 4 2 8 2 2
1999 "Heartbreak Hotel" 2 1 1 12 25 17 7 61 41 33[A] 77
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" 4 7 1 3 3 88 20 40 1 21 14 21 12 12 18
"My Love Is Your Love" 4 2 1 10 2 27 2 3 9 12 10 2 2 2 4 1 2 2
"I Learned from the Best" 27 13 20 1 19 8 6 44 48 18 34 23 28
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Note: A^ In New Zealand, "Heartbreak Hotel" was released as a double A-side single with "It's Not Right But It's Okay" in April 1999.

Certifications and sales[edit]

Region Provider Certification
(sales thresholds)
Sales/
shipments
Australia ARIA Gold[172] 35,000+
Austria IFPI Platinum[173] 50,000+
Belgium(Vlaander) IFPI (BEA) Platinum[174] 50,000+
Belgium(Wallonia) IFPI (BEA) Platinum[174] 50,000+
Canada CRIA 2× Platinum[175] 200,000+
Europe IFPI 4× Platinum[19] 4,000,000+
Finland Gold[176] 24,548+
France SNEP 2× Platinum[32] 700,000+[33]
Japan RIAJ Platinum 200,000
Netherlands NVPI Platinum[177] 100,000+
Poland Platinum[178] 100,000+
Sweden IFPI 2× Platinum[179] 160,000+
Switzerland 3× Platinum[180] 150,000+
United Kingdom BPI 3× Platinum[31] 900,000+
United States RIAA 4× Platinum[18] 2,753,000+[28]/
4,000,000+
Worldwide 13,000,000+[20]

Accolades[edit]

Academy Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Best Original Song (the songwriter: Stephen Schwartz)[181] Won

American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Outstanding Performance of a Song for a Feature Film[182][183] Nominated
Outstanding Music Video[182][183] Nominated

American Music Awards[edit]

During Houston's career, she was nominated a total of seven times for "Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist" and "Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist" category, which of them won four and three respectively. Also, My Love Is Your Love was her fourth nomination for "Favorite Soul/R&B Album" category.

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist[184][185] Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist[184][185] Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Favorite Soul/R&B Album[184][185] Nominated

Bambi Verleihung (Bambi Awards)[edit]

Houston was honord with "Pop International" award for her 20 years outstanding career as a musical artist.[186]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 Pop International[186] Won

Billboard Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Female Artist of the Year[187][188] Nominated
"Heartbreak Hotel"
(Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price)
Hot 100 Single of the Year Nominated
R&B Single of the Year[187][188] Nominated

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 My Love Is Your Love Faverite Female Artist, R&B Nominated
2000 My Love Is Your Love Favorite Female Artist, R&B[189][190] Nominated
"Heartbreak Hotel"
(Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price)
Favorite Single[189][190] Nominated
"When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Favorite Song from a Movie[189][190] Nominated

BMI Pop Awards[edit]

All winners are determined by the number of feature broadcast performances on American radio and TV during the eligibility year.[191]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 "Heartbreak Hotel" BMI Pop Award (Karlin, Soulshock)[192] Won
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" BMI Pop Award (Fred Jerkins, Rodney Jerkins)[192] Won
"When You Believe" BMI Pop Award (Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds)[192] Won
2001 "My Love Is Your Love" BMI Pop Award (Jerry "Wonder" Duplessis)[193] Won

BRIT Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Best International Female Artist[194] Nominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Best Original Song, Motion Picture (the songwriter: Stephen Schwartz)[195] Nominated

Grammy Awards[edit]

Houston won her first "Best Female R&B Vocal Performance" award through her career. She had been nominated six times for this category but not won. This was her sixth and final Grammy Award.

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals[22] Nominated
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" Best Female R&B Vocal Performance[22] Won
My Love Is Your Love Best R&B Album[22] Nominated
"Heartbreak Hotel"
(Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price)
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal[22] Nominated
Best R&B Song (the songwriters: Kenneth Karlin, Tamara Savage and Carsten Schack)[22] Nominated
"It Not Right But It's Okay" Best R&B Song (the songwriters: LaShawn Daniels, Tony Estes, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, and Isaac Phillips)[22] Nominated
"When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (the songwriters: Stephen Schwartz, Babyface)[22] Nominated

MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Best International Act[196] Nominated

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Best Female[197][198][199] Nominated
Best R&B[197][198][199] Won

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

Houston was nominated for "Best R&B Video" for "Heartbreak Hotel" music video directed by Kevin Bray,[200] which was her first nomination in thirteen years at VMAs since she has won the "Best Female Video" for "How Will I Know" at the 1986 MTV Video Music Awards.[201]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 "Heartbreak Hotel" Best R&B Video[202] Nominated

NAACP Image Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 My Love Is Your Love Outstanding Female Artist[203][204] Nominated
"When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Outstanding Duo or Group[203][204] Won
Outstanding Music Video[203] Nominated
Outstanding Song[203] Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Outstanding Album[203] Nominated
2000 "Heartbreak Hotel"
(Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price)
Outstanding Female Artist[205] Won
"My Love Is Your Love" Outstanding Song[205] Nominated

NRJ Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Artiste féminine internationale de l'année (International Female Artist of the Year) Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Album international de l'année (International Album of the Year) Won

Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) Awards[edit]

Certification awards[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award Description(s) Result(s)
1998 December 18 My Love Is Your Love Album Gold[206] Won
My Love Is Your Love Album Platinum[206] Won
1999 January 15 My Love Is Your Love Album 2× Multi-Platinum[206] Won
February 17 "Heartbreak Hotel" Single Gold[206] Won
March 2 "Heartbreak Hotel" Single Platinum[80] Won
March 24 "When You Believe" Single Gold[52] Won
June 29 "It's Not Right But It's Okay" Single Gold[80] Won
September 30 "My Love Is Your Love" Single Gold[80] Won
October 15 My Love Is Your Love Album 3× Multi-Platinum[80] Won
December 14 "My Love Is Your Love" Single Platinum[80] Won
2000 May 15 My Love Is Your Love Album 4× Multi-Platinum[207] Won

Artists of the Century Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Top-selling R&B Female Artist of the Century[208] Won

Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 "Heartbreak Hotel"
(Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price)
Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo[209] Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Best R&B/Soul Album of the Year, Solo[209] Nominated

Soul Train Music Awards[edit]

Houston was honored "the Artist of the Decade, female" award in recognition of extraordinary artistic contributions during the 1990s.[210]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 "My Love Is Your Love" Best R&B/Soul Single, Female[211][212] Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Best R&B/Soul Album, Female[211][212] Nominated
Artistic Achievement Award The Artist of the Decade — Female[211][212] Won

Billboard Magazine Year-End Charts[edit]

Year Category Work Position
1999 Top Pop Artists[213] six charted singles & albums #9
Top Billboard 200 Album Artists[214] one charted albums #32
Top Billboard 200 Albums[215] My Love Is Your Love #30
Top Billboard 200 Album Artists - Female[216] two charted albums #10
Hot 100 Singles Artists[217] four charted singles #11
Hot 100 Singles[218][219] "Heartbreak Hotel" Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price #4
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" #44
"My Love Is Your Love" #73
"When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) #99
Hot 100 Singles Artists - Female[220] four charted singles #5
Hot 100 Singles Sales[221] "Heartbreak Hotel" Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price #6
"My Love Is Your Love" #37
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" #43
"When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) #68
Hot 100 Singles Airplay[222] "Heartbreak Hotel" Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price #16
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" #54
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artists[223] six charted singles & albums #9
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artists - Female[224] six charted singles & albums #3
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Artists[225] one charted album #12
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums[226] My Love Is Your Love #12
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks Artists[227] four charted singles & tracks #9
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks[228] "Heartbreak Hotel" Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price #3
"My Love Is Your Love" #33
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" #37
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales[229] "Heartbreak Hotel" Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price #2
"My Love Is Your Love" #33
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" #37
"When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) #69
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks Airplay[230][231] "Heartbreak Hotel" Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price #9
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" #46
"My Love Is Your Love" #53
Hot Dance Club-Play Artists[232] three charted singles #2
Hot Dance Club-Play Singles[233] "My Love Is Your Love" #3
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" #11
"Heartbreak Hotel" Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price #23
Hot Dance Maxi-Singles Sales Artists[234] three charted singles #5
Hot Dance Maxi-Singles Sales[235] "Heartbreak Hotel" Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price #8
"It's Not Right But It's Okay"/"I Will Always Love You" #11
"My Love Is Your Love" #15
Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks[236] "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) #19
2000 Top Pop Artists[237] six charted titles #34
Top Billboard 200 Artists[238] three charted titles #50
Top Billboard 200 Albums[239] My Love Is Your Love #184
Top Billboard 200 Artists - Female[240] three charted titles #10
Hot 100 Artists[241] four charted titles #27
Hot 100 Singles & Tracks[242] "My Love Is Your Love" #47
Hot 100 Artists - Female[243] four charted titles #10
Hot 100 Singles Sales[244] "My Love Is Your Love" #25
"I Learned from the Best" #46
Hot 100 Airplay[245] "My Love Is Your Love" #67
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artists[246] six charted titles #22
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artists - Female[247] six charted titles #5
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Artists[248] two charted titles #38
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks Artists[249] four charted titles #24
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks[250] "I Learned from the Best" #82
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales[251] "My Love Is Your Love" #34
"I Learned from the Best" #40
Hot Dance Club-Play Artists[252] two charted titles #8
Hot Dance Club-Play Singles[253] "I Learned from the Best" #3
Hot Dance Maxi-Singles Sales Artists[254] four charted titles #15
Hot Dance Maxi-Singles Sales[254] "I Learned from the Best" #19

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Executive producers: Whitney Houston, Clive Davis
  • Producers: Babyface, Kelvin Bradshaw, Jerry Duplessis, Missy Elliott, David Foster, Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, Rodney Jerkins, Karlin, Soulshock, Lloyd Turner
  • Engineers: Paul Boutin, Tim Boyle, Dana Jon Chappelle, Commissioner Gordon, Felipe Elgueta, Paul J. Falcone, Paul Falcone, Humberto Gatica, Brad Gilderman, Jean-Marie Horvat, Reggie Jackson, Manny Marroquin, Don Murray, Kevin Parker, Rick St. Hillaire, Jon Smeltz, Kendal Stubbs, Tommy Vicari
  • Assistant engineers: Chuck Bailey, Luis Castillo, Ray Cervenka, Greg Dennon, Mark Eshelman, Jonas G., Brian Garten, Jason Groucott, Victor McCoy, Sue McLean, Susat Mclean, Wes Naprstek, John Nelson, Wes Neprstek, Jamie Siegel, John Sorenson, Tom Sweeney, Pascal Volberg, Michael White
  • Mixing: Tom Bender, Commissioner Gordon, E'lyk, Paul Falcone, Jon Gass, Brad Gilderman, Mick Guzauski, Jean-Marie Horvat, Manny Marroquin, Rick St. Hillaire, Soulshock
  • Mixing assistant: E'lyk
  • Mastering: Tony Dawsey
  • Editing: Harvey Mason, Jr.
  • Instrumentation: Kelvin Bradshaw, Karlin, Soulshock, Lloyd Turner
  • Pro-tools: Harvey Mason, Jr.
  • Drum programming: Babyface, Kelvin Bradshaw, Che Guevara, Rodney Jerkins
  • Synthesizer programming: Felipe Elgueta
  • Production coordination: Robyn Crawford, Miriam Gonzales, Jennifer McGee, Maria Padula, Susanne Savage, Ivy Skoff
  • Session coordinator: Suzette Williams
  • Contractor: Debbie Datz-Pyle, Sandy DeCrescent
  • Arrangers: David Foster, Lauryn Hill, Karlin, Bill Meyers, Bill Ross, Soulshock, Hans Zimmer
  • Keyboard arrangements: David Foster, Rodney Jerkins
  • Orchestral arrangements: Bill K. Myers
  • Rhythm arrangements: Lloyd Turner, Kelvin Bradshaw
  • Vocal arrangement: Whitney Houston
  • Art direction: Christopher Stern
  • Photography: Dana Lixenberg
  • Make-up: Roxanna Floy
  • Hair stylist: Ellin La Var
  • Stylist: Patti Wilson

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