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Relive the biggest night in VMA history with this 2018 VMA playlist! Emerging artists you should get to know. MTV and all related titles and logos are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. Access from your Country was disabled by the administrator. Follow the link for more information. American country music singer, songwriter, musician, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and actor. Clinton Patrick Black was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, the youngest of four children born to G. Black was initially drawn to a variety of musical genres.
Black soon signed with RCA at that time considered one of the “most aggressive” labels in country music. His first album, Killin’ Time, was released in 1989. In late 1990, the Los Angeles Times surveyed country music industry insiders to determine which acts could be expected to sell the most records over the next seven years. Black placed second in the poll, two votes behind Garth Brooks. Killin’ Time was certified platinum in 1990. Black’s second album, Put Yourself in My Shoes, was released in November 1990. It reached number two on the country chart and was in the top 20 on the pop album charts. Black began dating actress Lisa Hartman in 1990. The couple kept their relationship very quiet. The first picture of the two of them together was not published until the week they were engaged.
Black has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1991. Under the terms of their initial contract, Ham controlled all publishing royalties for any song that Black wrote or co-wrote for his first eight albums. Because Black wrote all of his own music, this amounted to a fee of 20 to 30 cents per album sold. Ham promptly countersued, blaming the initial lawsuit on poor advice Black received from his new personal assistant, his mother-in-law Jonni Hartman. His lawyer told the press that “Mr. 1 million of his own money in Clint Black’s career at a time when nobody else would do so. Black should show a little gratitude and honor his contracts”. By mid-1992, Black’s first two albums had sold a combined 5 million copies. According to Black, he and producer James Stroud spent more time putting this album together than either of those preceding and were “a lot more aggressive in the way we cut and mixed the album”.
Black was also more satisfied with the vocals on this album. To promote the album, Black launched The Hard Way Tour on June 26, 1992. The tour ran for 11 months. Reviewers noticed that with this album Black presented a “new, sexier image”, wearing tighter clothing and in many cases leaving behind his trademark hat. Black commented simply that he was bored wearing the hat all the time. Black’s fourth album, No Time to Kill was released almost a year after The Hard Way. Also a platinum certified album in the US, this album accounted for five straight top five hits. First was the number four “Untanglin’ My Mind”, a Merle Haggard co-write. In 1996, Black became the fourth country music singer to earn a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.