From her rousing gospel performances to her popular gospel tracks from The Preacher's Wife, it's no secret that Whitney Houston had a special connection to gospel music.
The late singer became a legend after getting her start as a singer in church. And now, fans will get a bit more insight on her gospel background.
Per Good Morning America, Houston's estate announced that they're releasing a new documentary and posthumous album called I Go to the Rock. The LP, which is set to release on March 24, will include six never-before-heard tracks, including Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water," "I Found a Wonderful Way," "He Can Use Me" and the first single, "Testimony."
Lucky for fans, GMA's official Twitter account also posted a snippet of Houston's "Testimony," and we're already impressed.