The memorials for Whitney Houston continue.
Six months after her untimely death, the singer will be celebrated with a new book released by her estate, featuring essays from mentor Clive Davis and various members of her family.
According to Hollywood Reporter, Whitney: Tribute to an Icon will include 130 photos of the singer, some of which have never been released, as well as outtakes from classic photo shoots. The book, released on November 27, will also feature essays by music photographer Randee St. Nicholas and Pat Houston, Whitney's sister-in-law and head of her estate.
Houston's death continues to resonate in the music world. Artists ranging from Kendrick Lamar to Yuna recently told us about the singer's impact, while Jordin Sparks recalled the time she taught Houston how to dougie. We're guessing this won't be the last tribute to the singer to be released.