Alex Boyé is known for his dynamic African-infused music that has gained over 1 billion views on YouTube. After being named 2017 Artist of the Year and grand prize winner in a music contest sponsored by Pepsi & Hard Rock Cafe, he performed a half-time show for NFL's Monday Night Football this past December in Miami.
Alex’s voice was featured in “Cruel Summer”, a short film by Kanye West that premiered at the Cannes Film festival.
He is a uniquely versatile artist with a style that appeals to all ages. He has shared the stage with many notable artists including Jay-Z, Tim McGraw, George Michael, Missy Elliott, Justin Timberlake, The Beach Boys, and opened for Olivia Newton-John at the world-renowned Royal Albert Hall, fulfilling a lifetime dream. As an innovative YouTube artist.
Alex was raised in London and is of Nigerian descent, and became a U.S citizen on Feb 12th, 2012. He is an official ambassador for many causes including the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
His remarkable studio recordings, viral videos, film appearances, and solo performances led to his unforgettable first audition on
NBC’s 'America’s Got Talent where judge Howie Mandel stated, “In my six years here, this is my favorite music act ever—it really is!”