I'm Every Women is a 1993 song recorded for the bodyguard soundtrack album. The song is a cover of Chaka Khan's 1978 hit. The song is produced by David Cole and Robert Clivillés and vocals were produced by Narada Michael Walden, transforming it from a disco song into a dance hit for a younger generation. Whitney had the proud opportunity to perform the song with Chaka Khan at Diva's Live 1999.
Performance with Chaka Divas Live 1999 Edit
Whitney did backup for Chaka Khan in her early teens and I'm Every Woman is one of the song's she did backup to. She said in an interview that Chaka was one of her 'greatest inspiration' and she was very elated to have the opportunity to cover the song.
Music Video Edit
The music video had special appearances from TLC, Chaka Khan, Whitney's mother, and Whitney's Dancers. It was filmed during Whitey's pregnancy. The video was filmed late 1992. The video starts off with Whitney in the dark dancing then follows with a scene from the bodyguard. Other following scenes included additional scenes from the bodyguard, images of Whitney etc. Other scenes from the video included: Whitney & Chaka dancing together, Whitney saying "Chaka" and Whitey rubbing her belly at the end of the music video.