Miki Howard

Miki Howard's 1986 debut Come Share My Love garnered her seven top 5 Billboard hits including the Glenn Miller remake "Imagination" (the first jazz standard played on R&B radio), "Love Under New Management", "That's What Love Is" (duet with Gerald Levert), "Baby Be Mine" and a remake of Aretha Franklin's "Til You Come Back To Me." With her career in full bloom and several accolades under belt, including NAACP and Soul Train Music awards.

Her hits include "Come Share My Love,” "Imagination," "Baby Be Mine," “That's What Love Is,” "Love Under New Management," "Ain't Nuthin' in the World,” & "Ain't Nobody Like You".