As part of country music’s “Class of ’89,” Clint Black was one of a handful of country stars who achieved their initial success that year, then went on to dominate country music for a decade. Clint’s career got off to an unusually fast start when his first four singles all zoomed straight to No. 1 on the Billboard country chart. He won the Country Music Association’s Horizon Award in 1989 and in 1990 was voted their Male Vocalist of the Year. Those first four hits — "A Better Man," "Nobody's Home," "Nothing's News" and "Killin' Time" — all came from his triple-platinum debut album, Killin’ Time. The Grammy-nominated singer went on to land nine more No. 1 singles and sell more than 20 million albums worldwide. Seven of his albums have achieved platinum or multi-platinum sales status.