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Please improve this biographical article by adding secondary or tertiary sources.Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. She grew up singing in her grandparents' church and by her mid teens was making regular appearances with 'The Spirit of Watts' gospel choir (with whom she featured on the 1985 EP Gospel Joy). This led to a collaboration with American soul singer Will Downing on a cover version of a classic "Where Is the Love", made famous by Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack in the early 1970s.Paris released the album Black Angel on Chrysalis in 1998.It contained a cover version of U2's "One", and a duet with James Ingram.Paris collaborated on the track "Bodyswerve" by M-Gee in 2005.The track was successful in the club charts and can be found on many dance compilation albums.With Omar Lye-Fook, a classically trained musician Paris recorded "I Should've Known Better" in 1990.It was issued on the B-side to "South Of The River".
She embarked on a nationwide tour, which included sell out dates at the Jazz Cafe in February 2009 to showcase her upcoming material. James Morrison wrote Paris' first single, "Baby Come Back Now".
Black Angel produced two more Top 20 singles in "Stay" and 'Carefree".
More collaborations followed with Omar ("Confection" – 1994), Max Beesley ("High Vibes" – 1994), Dubversive ("Police & Thieves" – 1998), the Mobo All Stars compilation album in 1998, Mister Exe ("One Million Smiles" – 1998), Prince ("Just My Imagination" – 2000) and Boy George ("I Could Be Someone" – 2000).
Her third album was Whisper a Prayer (1993), which included the Top 20 singles "I Never Felt Like This Before" and "I Wanna Hold On To You", also she recorded "You Put a Move On My Heart" which was later recorded by Tamia in 1995 on Quincy Jones's Q's Juke Joint album.
This followed by more collaboration work on album tracks with Guru on his Jazzmatazz II ("Looking Through Darkness" in 1995), Mark Morrison ("Tears For You" – 1996) and Maxwell ("Mantra" – 1996).