Better Late Than Never: Whitney Houston Just Dropped a New Single

Whitney Houston in 2010. Photo by James Wardell/REX/Shutterstock (1175442q)

Suffice to say, we will always love Whitney Houston. And now we have just one more way we can.

The “My Love is Your Love” singer passed away in 2012 as a result of coronary artery disease, leaving fans to mourn the multiple Grammy Award-winning artist through her music.

One such song was a cover of “Higher Love”, originally made famous by Steve Winwood in 1986.

Whitney performed a cover of the song back in 1990 during her Feels So Right Tour in Japan and re-recorded the song a year later.

28 years later — and 7 years after her sudden passing — the song has finally been released!

DJ Kygo, who has worked with several artists such as Selena Gomez, Ellie Goulding, and Ed Sheeran, has remixed the previously unheard track, and trust us, you’re gonna wanna dance with somebody!

“I’m incredibly honored to have been able to work on this amazing vocal from one of the most legendary artists of all time!” the Norwegian producer wrote on social media. “Hope you guys love it as much as I do.”

We think it’s more than right and way better than okay!