Robin Thicke Covers Whitney Houston's 'Exhale (Shoop Shoop)'


Robin Thicke
The husband of Paula Patton croons the 1995 single to honor the 'Bodyguard' actress and releases the cover version for a free download.


Robin Thicke joined a slew of celebrities who pay tribute to Whitney Houston. The R&B singer, who was recently arrested for marijuana possession but subsequently released, does a beautiful rendition of her 1995 single "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)".

"This is my tribute to the great Whitney Houston. Sending my prayers to her family," the husband of actress Paula Patton wrote on Twitter. He released the cover version for a free download on Mediafire.

The other stars, who have also saluted the New Jersey singer by singing, included Aretha Franklin, LeAnn Rimes, Nicole Scherzinger, Monica and Ashanti. All of them, except for Monica and Ashanti, sang "I Will Always Love You" in their concerts. Monica opted to perform "You Give Good Love", while Ashanti chose "I have Nothing".

Robin Thicke's "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)":



Aretha Franklin's "I Will Always Love You":



LeAnn Rimes' "I Will Always Love You":



Nicole Scherzinger's "I Will Always Love You":



Monica's "You Give Good Love":



Ashanti's "I have Nothing":



© AceShowbiz.com


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