For the past 25 years Boy George has been at the forefront of an ever-changing multi-faceted entertainment business. He succeeds at whatever he turns his talents to, from the millions of records he sold as a performer and songwriter with Culture Club and as a solo artist, to his ten-year career as a one of the worlds most successful and in-demand international DJ’s. George has made his mark with his boundless enthusiasm and entrepreneur ways.
George compiled the first Ministry of Sound album, which promptly went onto sell 100,000 copies, and his dance single “When Will You Learn” was nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 1998 Grammy’s. His DJ bookings have taken him all over the globe performing sell out shows in Moscow and Australia, and everywhere else in-between and in 2010 he featured on Mark Ronson’s single “Somebody to Love Me’ which received heavy rotation on BBC Radio 1 and was met with critical acclaim.
But his talent has not stopped with music, his versatile abilities have enabled him to be turn his hand to a variety of different mediums. He has been a syndicated radio presenter on the Galaxy and LBC Networks, a national newspaper columnist for the Daily Express, the author of two best-selling autobiographies, the co-producer, songwriter and on-stage star of the award-winning musical ‘Taboo’ on both London’s West End and Broadway in New York and has remained an elite member of the world’s designer fashion hierarchy throughout.