Whitney Houston, the pop singer who consistently rocketed to the top of the music charts at her peak, died Saturday.
The soul and R&B singer's vast list of accolades include six Grammys, 30 Billboard Music Awards and seven albums. Some of her powerful hits include Saving All My Love for You, How Will I Know, The Greatest Love of All. One of her biggest hits was the blockbuster I Will Always Love You from the movie The Bodyguard.
Houston died Saturday after more recent years that were ravaged by drug use. She had confessed to abusing cocaine and taking pills.
Read more about emerging details about her death.
Below are some of the videos that recap a trip to rehab, a rare erratic public appearance and some of her memorial performances and music videos: