Miki Howard continued her career as a singer and actress, facing personal challenges but remaining active in the music industry.
Miki Howard, born Alicia Michelle Howard, is an American singer and actress who first gained recognition in the mid-1980s with a string of R&B hits. She was born on September 30, 1960, in Chicago, Illinois. Howard’s career began when she was a teenager, and she eventually became a solo artist after initially performing with the group Side Effect.
Her solo career took off with the release of her first album, “Come Share My Love,” in 1986, which produced several hits. Howard’s success continued throughout the late ’80s and early ’90s with albums like “Love Confessions” and “Femme Fatale,” featuring songs that topped the R&B charts.
Despite her professional success, Miki Howard faced personal struggles, including issues with substance abuse and relationships. These challenges impacted her career, but she worked to overcome them and continued to release music. In the 2000s, she appeared on reality television and continued to perform live.
In 2016, TV One produced a biopic titled “Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story,” which chronicled her life and career, highlighting her talent and resilience. Howard’s story is one of talent, perseverance, and the ability to reinvent oneself amidst the pressures of the entertainment industry. She remains a respected figure in the world of R&B music, with a legacy of classic hits and a life that has inspired many.