B.O.Y consists of Gianni, known as “Wildboy,” Miesha, who goes by “B.BOY,” and Summer, also known as “Billions” or “Rudeboy.” This hip-hop trinity was discovered by now manager, Nicole Rae, who developed them, quickly garnering the attention of Corte Ellis and Tom Morris (Akademy Records). With the full team in place, the group wrote and recorded an astonishing collection of fierce new records in less than a week. Soon after, Cortè introduced the girls to his lifelong music mentor and collaborator, Missy Elliot, and received the confirmation he needed in B.O.Y.’s ability to go all-in with this trio. With industry titans like Cortè Ellis and Tom Morris in their corner, it will not be long before this humble girl group that started from Virginia is at the tip of everybody’s tongue. Their self-titled EP, B.O.Y., has blown musical auditors out of the water. Willing to change the world but only asking fans to “be only you,” their music is eloquent and appealing with subject matter that is entrenched in actuality. In a time when searching for endless fame is the M.O., a group of humble-minded women is invigorating to the senses.
The positive attitude this group combines with the heartfelt emotion of such greats as Mary J. Blige, Lauryn Hill and TLC, yields the melodic style of the likes of Ciara and Keri Hilson, giving an experience to their listeners and fans that contains equal parts strength, swag, and temptation. “Winning” is a visually pleasing and eclectic viewing experience. Decked out in modern, stylish camo threads, these three woman are ready for a paintball battle in, what seems to be an abandoned junk yard, dancing on empty school buses and broken, discarded items. The video tells the story of strength, confidence and conviction in themselves and the relationships in their lives. Naturally endowed with performance skills that will have viewers transfixed, B.O.Y. gives a show that you will not want to miss.