In 2008, he starts working with the French singer HK, touring and recording the albums "Citoyen du Monde" and "Les Temps Modernes". But after 3 intense years, he wants to work on something of his own, and decides to quit.
In 2011, he creates "Hermann Loup Noir", a one-man show in which he mixes Blues and tales. He’ll be touring all over the country for years, playing for children end teens notably.
In 2014, Manuel Paris releases "Naked Son", his first album, inspired by Folk, Blues and Reggae. He performs with just his voice and his guitar.
He finds back HK and his musicians in 2016 for the recording of the album "L’Empire de Papier", released one year later, and followed by a long tour, and the album "Live à Montreal", released in 2019.
2019 is also the beginning of working on a new solo project for Manuel Paris, with a whole band this time, and an album release, hopefully.