Billy Boyo was more a live deejay rather than a recording artist. After the digital era set in, it became quiet around him, and he never achieved any kind of comeback. On October 29th, 2000, he apparently died of a brain tumor. This is the most widely accepted theory for Billy Boyo's death, however no records of this can be found.
Billy Boyo is mentioned in Simple Simon's "Murderer" produced by Courtney Cole in 1994.
Billy Boyo is mentioned in Eek-A-Mouse's "Gunshot A Cry" but is called "Billy Bowe" rather than "Billy Boyo". This song is Eek-A-Mouse's version of "Big Iron" by Marty Robbins.
Billy Boyo is featured on Lee Hi-Power in 1983.
Billy Boyo has a very short interview in the BBC documentary "Musical Roots" about the group Musical Youth.
Billy Boyo has some footage in the documentary "Jools In Jamaica" filmed in 1983.
Billy Boyo Discography
- 1 Vocals
- 2 Instruments & Performance
- 7 Writing & Arrangement
- 2 Featuring & Presenting
- 1 Technical