Bo's professional career began in the eighties, with an R&B group, The Dramatics. Later Bo joined Lakeside. He was featured on several albums, notably Lakeside's greatest hits "Power" and "Party Patrol" which featured a ballad single entitled "Bullseye." On a project with Phil Perry "One Heart, One Love" Bo's song entitled "I'm Sorry" was featured. In 1998 he joined the Temptations and debut on the album "Phoenix Rising" which went double platinum and featured him on lead vocals. The follow up album "Ear-Resistible" earned a Grammy and proved to be rewarding. The album "Awesome" garners one of Bo's compositions entitled "My Baby."