Junior Saw / Billy Boyo - Skin Out FLAC album
Title: Skin Out
FLAC version ZIP size: 1891 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1724 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1238 mb
Other Formats: TTA DTS AAC WAV XM AHX AUD
When Billy Boyo was discovered by Junjo he was dating Billy's sister, Rosemarie Rowe. Junjo recorded an album with him and another young deejay, Little Harry, entitled "DJ Clash Volume 2" and released through Greensleeves Records. Little John and Billy Boyo were both interviewed in the book "Reggae Inna Dancehall Style". In 1983, Boyo went to London and recorded another album for the Silver Camel label, but it didn't get released until 2003, when it saw the light as "Zim Zim" on the Silver Kamel Audio re-issue imprint. 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.
Plays Billy Boyo along with similar artists like: Captain Sinbad, Kiddus I, Sister Carol, The Itals, Jimmy Riley.
This article is about the bass guitarist. For the Gaelic football player, see Billy Sheehan (Gaelic footballer). For the Australian rugby union player, see Billy Sheehan (rugby union). For the American lawyer and politician (1859-1917), see William F. Sheehan. This article has multiple issues. In 1978, Talas released their eponymous debut album, which generated the regional hit single, "See Saw". It was during this time that Sheehan wrote "Shy Boy" (later re-recorded with David Lee Roth), and "Addicted to that Rush" (later re-recorded with Mr Big). Sheehan in a concert with Steve Vai, 2005.
Billy Boyo-One Spliff A Da. Billy Boyo And Yellowman Riddim. Billy Boyo In Di Area.