A Tribute to Whitney Houston – The Songbird Is Caged No More |by Tia Parchman

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@wcntv Commentary:   Congratulations Tia Parchman A Legend in Training on your published article on HBCU Buzz.  In addition to Singer, Rapper, Song Writer & Musician we are getting for a Award Winning Writer.   Keep up the good work, stay focused and remember the industry will wait on your gifts.   In the meantime it is our honor to celebrate you even now as Today’s Transmedia Woman.  And know we are watching and praying for your success. in all you do.  Great Article which will be shared to those in the industry who loved Whitney.  Jay O WCNTV CEO.   A Tribute to Whitney Houston – The Songbird Is Caged No More   Posted by: Tia Parchman Posted date: February 20, 2012 In: Music   From her seven #1 Billboard singles to her first leading role in “The Bodyguard”, we fell in love with her. During those rough years when she was battling with her drug addiction under the constant scrutiny of the public eye, we prayed and rooted for her recovery. Now we are two months into the 2012 year, hardly finishing out the month of February, and at this moment in time the world misses and mourns her. If you don’t know, or haven’t heard by now, the woman I’m talking about is the legendary, late, great songstress Whitney Houston. She was found unresponsive and pronounced deceased in her room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11; just one day before she was to appear at the Grammys.   Read More: http://hbcubuzz.com/a-tribute-to-whitney-houston-the-songbird-is-caged-no-more/
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