B. Howard embarked on a solo career in 2010, producing as well as featuring alongside Wyclef Jean and Jazmine Sullivan to revamp the song "Ke Nako" as an homage to Nelson Mandela. This lead Howard to inking a deal in Japan through Universal Music Japan. His 2011 debut album Genesis, featured single "Super Model" following up with the summer smash, "Dancefloor" featuring production contributions by James Poyser, Benjamin Wright and Questlove which garnered him the top 20 spot on MTV Japan and the name " Prince of Pop by HMV Music. In 2016.
Howard released a single, Don't Say You Love Me, which hit number 11 on Billboard's Top Dance charts.