Whitney Houston Songs Remixed: Listen to 5 of the Best

Whitney Houston performs in 1993
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Whitney Houston performs at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on July 20, 1993. 

Whitney Houston's music is timeless -- her powerhouse vocals still reverberate through speakers on dance floors across the world.

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As a testament to her time-withstanding classics, countless DJs and produces have remixed her songs, giving them new life so that the dancing never ends. Here’s a list of the best Whitney Houston songs remixed for your listening pleasure.

#1 Whitney Houston Song Remix: "How Will I Know" (Oliver Nelson)

It's all too easy to mess up such a widely-known favorite such as "How Will I Know," which is why this remix doesn't stray too far from the original. It sticks true to the classic, save for beat breakdown towards the end. 

#2 Whitney Houston Song Remix: "Fine" (LeMarquis & Tilka)

The sassy lyrics here swerve around the techno production here that make for an easy-listen that's still danceable. If one thing is certain, though, it's that this remix is more than just fine. 

#3 Whitney Houston Song Remix: "I Learned From The Best (Gryffin)

The song's kindhearted intention isn't lost here. As Gryffin wrote in the remix's description, "I wanted to take the soul and emotion of the original but flip the track into an uplifting, dreamy summer song" -- which is exactly what he delivered. 

#4 Whitney Houston Song Remix: "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" (Halogen)

This song carries out the title to the fullest, as it would be near impossible not to dance to this remix. The infectious production results in a brightly colored, high-energy track that takes the original down a different path. 

#5 Whitney Houston Song Remix: "Its Not Right But Its Okay" (Flush)

This anthemic message inherent in the original rings just as true on the remix. The inspiring lyrics are raised up high and celebrated with steady production that keeps positive vibes flowing right down until the final second. 


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