After getting signed at only nineteen, Whitney started choosing songs for her debut album self-titled, Whitney Houston. Three years later, she finally released it. This album featured duets with Jermaine Jackson and Teddy Pendergrass. Almost immediately, it shot to number one and produced the hit singles, “You Give Good Love”, “How Will I Know”, and her first number 1, “Saving All My Love for You”. The new superstar went to work with songwriters L.A. Reid and Babyface and ended up singing alongside Luther Vandross and Stevie Wonder on her third album. Unfortunately the top songs on this album did not top charts, they only reached the highest of number 13. Around 1999 was when her “Diva” attitude was most relevant. She began showing up hours late to interviews, photo shoots, rehearsals and even her own concerts.