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Billy Boyo (born Billy Theophilus Rowe, 21 September 1969 – 29 October 2000) was a Jamaican reggae artist born in Kingston, Jamaica, who was arguably the most prolific of the early-1980s child DJs. He is most well known for his song "One Spliff a Day".
Along with the above noted "One Spliff a Day," Billy also charted[where?] in 1982 with the Henry Junjo Lawes produced single, "Wicked She Wicked." This hit had the added charm of a 13-year-old child's voice on the microphone chanting about a wicked girl.
Billy Boyo was not a prolific recording artist as he did not record much before, or after, the tracks for the first two albums, and was maybe more known as a live MC. His musical career was short-lived and little was heard of him since the second half of the 1980s. Billy Boyo died of a brain tumour on 29 October 2000, after a two-month-long struggle..
- The Very Best of Me, 1980-82.
- Zim Zim, 1983.
- DJ Clash vol 2, Little Harry & Billy Boyo. 1983.
- D.J. Clash, Little Harry & Billy Boyo & Nicodemus. 1983.