Whitney Houston's "Worth It' submitted for "Record Of The Year" Grammy

Worth It is one of the fan-favorite tunes off of Whitney's platinum selling CD,I Look To You. As I was taking a look on the Grammy Submission's List, I noticed I saw Worth It was submitted for Grammy Record Of The Year and Best R&B Female Vocal Performance. It came as a bit of shock to some fans, because radio seemed to have abandoned Whitney, and female artists over the age of 40, period.
It is not likely that Worth It would be nominated for ROTY, for nominations of that particular category are determined on radio-play  (which Whitney did not get much of outside of  Urban AC). It would be nice if she did get the nod for Female R&B Vocal Performance though, which isn't much out of reach to garner a nomination.

Nomination Submissions include;

Worth It for Record Of The Year
Worth It for R&B Female Vocal Performance
Worth It Best R&B Song
Million Dollar Bill Best Short Form Music Video

Listen to Worth It Below


Last year the Grammys snubbed Whitney in such a huge way. Nothing on her album was nominated for a Grammy. However, she did receive a high honor, The International Artist Of The Year Award, by The American Music Awards, where she gave a stellar performance of I Didn't Know My Own Strength She also received a high honor from BET where they honored her for her artistry for the past 25 years, and the World Wide success of her album I Look To You which sold 2.5 million copies WW.
We look forward to the rest of this year for Ms. Houston, she has a US tour coming forth, two new films, and new music. So Excited!!!

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