Phillip went on to establish himself as a successful songwriter/producer, with a string of reggae hits by other Fashion acts, including the No. 1 hit reggae single “Two Timing Lover” by Janet Lee Davies. Phillip won Reggae Songwriter of the Year two consecutive years in row in 1989 and 1990.
Phillip was approached by EMI Records in 1993. He then signed a recording deal. This led to 2 top 60 National Chart positions “Second Chance” and “Thinking About Your Love” which featured the DJ Top Cat. Phillip also Produced rapper CJ Lewis’ first major album “Dollars” recorded for MCA Records of which he had a No. 3 National Chart Hit with "Sweet's for my Sweets" and another 2 consecutive releases which reached the UK top twenty in the British Mainstream National Chart. He produced CJ's album "Dollars". CJ’s second album “Rough & Smooth” and had a No.1 hit taken off it called “ R to the A” in France.
In May 2017 Phillip Leo made a come back with a new album called "Faithfully" which was made available on download only, "Feel So Good" was the first single. A digital reissue of Phillip Leo's past albums "Just 4 U", "Down 2 Earth" and "Space Dub" were also released to his relaunch his career.