Danny Schofield, professionally known as DANNY BOY STYLES, is a Grammy award-winning record producer, engineer, song writer, and composer. Born in Miami Fl, Schofield’s father was a musician exposing him to music at a young age.
Although an avid pianist/keyboard player and composer, Schofield never received any formal musical training. Considered a conceptual producer, his first major release came as a member of production group Blackout Movement, known for producing rapper MIMS hit single “This is Why I’m Hot”. The song went on to reach No.1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. In 2013, Schofield helped craft Kiss Land, the critically acclaimed debut album of Canadian R&B singer The Weeknd, producing all ten songs. Schofield’s major highlights of the past year include production on The Weeknd’s follow up record-breaking album Beauty Behind The Madness, including Certified Platinum single “Often”. The album has charted at #1 on the U.S. Billboard Top 200 Album list for 3 consecutive weeks. Other artists Schofield has produced for include: Nicki Minaj, French Montana, Juicy J, Belly, Charlie Puth and UGK. In 2016, he produced “6 Inch” off of Beyonce’s LEMONADE, which won Best Urban Contemporary Album at this years Grammys. The album also hit #1 on iTunes chart & Billboard 200
Danny Boy produced Zara Larsson's current single "So Good," that features Ty Dolla $ign.