Upon signing with the Philadephia International label, LaBelle scored a number one R&B hit with “If You Only Knew,” from 1983′s I’m in Love Again. Two years later, she reached the pop Top 20 with her Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack contribution “New Attitude.” Her subsequent MCA debut, 1986′s The Winner in You, went platinum on the strength of the Burt Bacharach-penned “On My Own,” a duet with Michael McDonald, while the follow-up, 1989′s Be Yourself, featured a pair of cuts written by Prince. Released in 1991, Burnin’ earned a Grammy for Best Female R&B Performance. LaBelle recorded less and less frequently in the years to follow, in 1995 publishing her autobiography, -Don’t Block the Blessings: Revelations of a Lifetime. She returned five years later to release When a Woman Loves and then signed to Def Soul for 2004′s Timeless Journey and 2005′s all-covers Classic Moments. In 2007 the holiday album Miss Patti’s Christmas appeared, while 2008 saw the release of Live in Washington D.C., a live album recorded in 1982.