A 1991 record of Steve Winwood’s “Higher Love” by Whitney Houston was released on Friday, according to Variety. The song was first performed in 1990 at a concert in Tokyo.
The recording was to appear on the third album, “I’m Your Baby Tonight,” according to Clive Davis, the former head of Arista Records, who discovered and guided Houston in the 1980s and 1990s.
Also according to Instagram, the Norwegian DJ Kygo is the one who remixed the recording. The song was released at midnight on the East Coast of America.
“Higher Love” was first released by Winwood in 1986 and was written in collaboration with Will Jennings, known for “Tears in Heaven,” played by Eric Clapton.
Whitney Houston died on February 11, 2012. She was found dead in the bed of a hotel room in Beverly Hills, her death being considered accidental. Factors that contributed to her death were also the cocaine use and heart disease the artist suffered from.