Solo Albums, Chart Positions & awards

Soul Train Awards- 1988- Favorite New Soul/R&B Artist (Winner)

 

American Music Awards- 1990- Favorite Female Soul/R&B Artist (Nominee)

 

Grammy Awards- 2002- Best Traditional R&B Vocal Album "Three Wishes" (Nominee)

 

31st Annual Chicago Music Awards- Lifetime Achievement Award- 2012

 

BILLBOARD CHART POSITIONS

 

*BOLD denotes Top 10 Hits

 

*"Come Share My Love" - #5 (US R&B)

 

"Imagination" - #13 (US R&B)

 

"Come Back lover" - #33 (US R&B)

 

*"Baby Be Mine" - #5 (US R&B)

 

*"That's What Love Is" - #4 (US R&B)

 

"Crazy" - #38 (US R&B)

 

*"Ain't Nothin' In The World" - #1 (US R&B)

 

"*Love Under New Management" - #2 (US R&B) #89 (US POP)

 

*"Until You Come Back To Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do)" - #3 (US R&B) #67 (UK Charts)

 

"Come Home To Me" - #53 (US R&B)

 

*"Ain't Nobody Like You" - #1 (US R&B) #64 (US POP)

 

"Release Me" - #43 (US R&B)

 

"But I Love You" - #112 (US R&B)

 

"Something I've Never Had" - #105 (US R&B)

Come Share My Love (1986)

Come Share My Love is the debut studio album by American R&B singer, Miki Howard.[2] Released on November 19, 1986 under Atlantic Records label, the album peaked at #171 on the Billboard 200 and #19 on the Billboard R&B Albums Chart.[3] Howard scored her first hit song off debut album when "Come Share My Love" peaked to #5 on Billboard's Hot Black Singles Chart in 1986.[4] The following singles "Imagination" reaching #13 and "Come Back to Me Lover" at #40, earning Howard three songs from this a

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