Producer Clive Davis has revealed that Whitney Houston's first album since rehab stint is coming out good and should be out before Christmas.
Whitney Houston will release her comeback album before Christmas comes. The singer who was admitted to rehab due to drug abuse in 2006 and had since completed the program, is said to have finished five songs and will release the first single as early as March.
Houston reportedly made her second comeback performance at Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party on Saturday, February 9. Davis happens to be Houston's producer in the album and he had shared some of their progress saying, "It's really good. We're looking to release the album in November."
Houston made her first comeback in Malaysia's Live & Loud Music Festival back in November 2007.
On other news, Houston charmed U.K. singer Leona Lewis when she recognized her and acknowledged the rising singer as "baby me" at the pre-Grammy party. Surprised and honored Lewis responded, "I can't believe Whitney knows who I am."