This was Whitney Houston's first album in 8 years. She did a lot of movie and soundtrack work in the 90s, most notably THE BODYGUARD, but this was her official follow up to 1990s IM YOUR BABY TONIGHT. I believe this is her strongest effort to date. There isn't a weak track in the bunch. Whitney worked with a lot of contemporary producers at the time, like Missy Elliott, Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill, Rodney Jerkins, and more. The album opens with the anthem "It's Not Right But It's Ok". The album version is good, but the remix is even better. "Heartbreak Hotel" is a showstopping performance by Whitney, Faith Evans and Kelly Price. The title track is the song that Wyclef Jean produced. "When You Believe" is a nice duet with Mariah Carey, they compliment each other well. These 4 songs were singles from the album in the US, and the Diane Warren penned "I Learned From The Best" was also a single. I like the Missy produced tracks, "In My Business" and "Oh Yes", the latter being a perfect piece of soul. There's some good uptempo R&B on songs like "If I Told You That", "I Bow Out" and "Get it Back". She collaborates with Lauryn Hill on the hidden track "I Was Made To Love Him", which is nice. One of my favorites is the inspiring ballad "You'll Never Stand Alone". Overall this is a top grade effort from Mrs. Bobby Brown, worth repeated listens.