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Written by ShyBoy, Allee Willis, and Mark Nubar. Produced by ShyBoy, Allee Willis, Jeff Hoeppner, and Mark Nubar.

New Release - He and She

ShyBoy co-wrote his new single “He and She” with legendary hit songwriter Allee Willis. The pair collaborated with producers Jeff Hoeppner and Mark Nubar to create a record that makes a powerful statement on individuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity. This 80s-influenced track features joyful synth-pop flourishes and playfully catchy vocal hooks that come together to lead the listener through the doors, corridors, and windows of self discovery and expression.

Written & Produced by ShyBoy, Allee Willis, Jeff Hoeppner, & Mark Nubar

New release - Can't Stay With The Pay

With an electro-pop landscape that swirls with percolating synths and melodic vocals, ShyBoy's "Can't Stay With the Pay (Ain't No Little Fairy Gonna Pop Me a Five for That Tooth)" features lyrics co-written with the Emmy, Grammy, & Tony winning award-winning and nominated songwriter Allee Willis (Earth, Wind, & Fire, Pet Shop Boys, ‘The Color Purple’). 

ShyBoy "Neutron Dance" (Official Lyric Video) • Animated and Directed by Allee Willis

HuffPost Interview

"ShyBoy has teamed up with Allee Willis to craft an entirely new, indie-pop version of the classic single with ShyBoy’s understated tenor lilting over delicate, synth-driven grooves. It’s almost hard to believe that this song, which famously featured The Pointer Sisters' full-bodied, mighty stampede of sound could ever be described as 'delicate' or 'understated,' but in ShyBoy’s hands, it is. Produced by ShyBoy with Willis, Jeff Hoeppner, & Mark Nubar, we’re digging this fresh, new 'Neutron Dance.'"  -HuffPost

Album Review

ShyBoy - Water on Mars

"If Nick Drake, Alan Parsons Project and M83 spawned a child raised on a healthy diet of Prince, Alfred Hitchcock, and classic science fiction films, it would be something resembling Shyboy. The enigmatic recording artist, whose Water On Mars, makes a bold, tuneful impression on today’s indie-pop landscape, and one of the year’s smartest, not-to-be-missed debuts." -HuffPost