Boy George steps out in style to celebrate launch of his definitive autobiography, Karma


Boy George – the fabulous Grammy, Brit and Ivor Novello award-winning lead singer of 80s pop/reggae band Culture Club – celebrated the launch of his new autobiography Karma in central London today.

George was joined by friends and social media stars on a Karma branded party bus which visited significant London locations from his life as it made its way to Waterstones Piccadilly for a book signing.

Hundreds of fans gathered at the bookstore and enjoyed Boy George-style makeovers while waiting to meet the man himself and have their books signed. All the while hits from across Boy George’s career played on the shop floor and added to the evening’s party vibe.

Told in his inimitable style, Karma reflects on Boy George’s life as a kid growing up in sixties London, through the hedonism of the seventies and the glam rock and punk rock revolution that birthed Culture Club, and the heydays of the nineties meeting musical legends like David Bowie, Madonna and Prince. From the highs and lows of love, loss, addiction, recovery, prison, and celebrity on Boy George’s journey through fame to finally embracing the man and artist that he is today, Karma gives us a unique insight into Boy George’s incredible story and the true evolution of a music icon.

Karma is out now in Hardback (Blink, £22) eBook, and audiobook (read by George himself and including exclusive music)