|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Billy Boyo On The Go||2||Audio||1982||Greensleeves Records|
|2||Itie-Titie-Girl / Righteousness||2||Audio||1982||Greensleeves Records|
|3||Roast Fish & Cornbread / Wicked She Wicked||2||Audio||1982||Greensleeves Records|
|4||Janet Sinclair||2||Audio||1982||Greensleeves Records|
|5||DJ Clash Volume 2||10||Audio||1983||Greensleeves Records|
|6||Let Go This One / One Spliff A Day||2||Audio||1981||Greensleeves Records|
|7||Joker Lover / Scandal||2||Audio||1983||Jah Guidance|
|8||DJ Clash Volume 2||10||Audio||2008||Greensleeves Records|
|9||Isabel / One Morning / Radication Dehbout||2||Audio||Rusty International|
|10||Ready For Love / Space||2||Audio||Youth In Progress|
|11||What You Want To Be||2||Audio||1982||Rusty International|
|12||Lost Mi Love / Billy Boyo In The Area||2||Audio||Jah Guidance|
|13||Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt / Check In||2||Audio||Jah Guidance|
|14||What You Want To Be||2||Audio||1982||Rusty International|
|16||DJ Clash: 3 The Hard Way||15||Audio||2008||Greensleeves Records|
|17||Bubbling Up / Musician Them A Money Man||2||Audio||1984||Live & Learn Records|
|18||What You Want To Be (Disc Jockey)||3||Audio||2010||Dug Out|
|19||Wicked She Wicked||2||Audio||2010||Jah Guidance|
|20||Joker Lover / Scandal||2||Audio||1982||Greensleeves Records|
|21||Brandy||3||Audio||2011-10-10||Spring Hill Records|
|22||Isabel / One Morning||2||Audio||2011||Youth In Progress|
|24||DJ Clash Volume 2||10||Audio||1983||Greensleeves Records|
|25||Material Girl||2||Audio||1985||Carron Records|
|26||Walking Strong||2||Audio||Power House|
|27||One Spliff A Day||2||Audio||Jah Guidance|
Billy Boyo, born on September 21st, 1969 in Kingston, was a teenage star of pre-digital dancehall. In 1981, being just 12 years old, he was discovered by the legendary producer [a=Henry "Junjo" Lawes] and also became part of his Volcano Soundsystem. Billy Boyo was discovered by Junjo he was dating Billy's sister Rosemarie Rowe. Junjo recorded an album with him and another young deejay, [a=Little Harry], entitled "DJ Clash Volume 2" and released through [l=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 [l=Silver Camel] label, but it didn't get released until 2003, when it saw the light entitled "Zim Zim" on the [l=Silver Kamel Audio] re-issue imprint. Billy Boyo later moved to Brooklyn.
Billy Boyo was rather a live deejay 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 "Muderer" 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.