Singer, songwriter Bo Napoleon has devoted more than half of his life to music. Born in 1987 in Carson, Ca his strong family roots in the Hawaiian Islands had him picking up a ukulele and playing music at the early age of 9 years old.
By the time he was 11 years old, he was already playing guitar and writing his own original songs, which would continue throughout his teenage years. A Carson high school graduate, Bo played football and baseball throughout high school and received scholarship offers to play both in college. In 2010 he made the decision to leave college in pursuit of a full time music career getting his first taste of success with songs like “Alcoholic” and “Wade In Your Water” which became hit songs for the group Common Kings. The success of his songwriting led to the release of his first single “Born and Raised” in 2011, which birthed the artist Bo Napoleon. 2015 brought another major stepping stone in Bo’s music career with the release of “If That’s Ok”, released in Hawaii, the song gained amazing commercial support and is Bo's biggest single to date. With influences like Bob Marley, Max Martin, Kanye West, Craig David, Ne-Yo, Bruno Mars, Fiji, and his father Nappy, who is Bo’s idol and well known Hawaiian singer and hula dancer. It is easy to recognize how Bo’s wide pallet of music and unique writing ability has molded him into one of the special singer - songwriters that can resonate with the masses.