Whitney Houston’s music roars back onto charts
Sales of Whitney Houston’s music jumped after her death Saturday, fueled mostly by downloads. Despite the short sales window after her death — Nielsen SoundScan’s numbers are tracked Sunday to Sunday — Houston’s “Whitney: The Greatest Hits” album soared to No. 6 on Billboard’s Top 200. The most downloaded single was the one many consider to be the singer’s signature hit, “I Will Always Love You.” Read related content.
Sources: Nielsen SoundScan, Billboard.com. Bonnie Berkowitz and Patterson Clark/The Washington Post.