Toronto, Canada's pop/rock singer Paris Black became a teen heartthrob in the late '80s. His smooth voice and sexy good looks landed him in a number of teen magazines and drove underage females to heart palpitations. Black's debut album, released under the Trend Records label and coincidentally titled Secret Seduction, hit the stores in 1988. Three singles -- "Better Get Ready," "Lover," and "Buried Alive" -- came out the same year and were each made into music videos. After being released from contract by Trend Records, a self-titled sophomore album appeared two years later but failed to reach any great achievements for the young talent. By 1992, Paris Black said so long to the music business.
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