Roykey Wydh, raised for the Caribbean isle of Aruba, initial made a name for himself along with his amazing electric guitar session function. He shifted to Europe in the very beginning of the ’80s, getting support gigs with performers like Lionel Ritchie, Patrick Gammon, yet others. In 1984, Wydh, who prefers to become known basically as Roykey, taken together among the better session music artists around, including drummers Curt Cress and Alphonse Mouzon and guitarist Larry Coryell, to full a debut record titled Magic formula Message. “EVERYTHING Must Arrive to Move,” “TRYING,” and “Hard Love” are a number of the acoustic jazz-flavored amounts on the record. After the achievement of Magic formula Message, Roykey, and his music group Creo Roots, continued to record several other full-length functions for BSC Music. Adding his homeland music stylings to his music, Roykey called his next recording after his music group. It was accompanied by It Smells Reside in 1994, Appear Arong in 1996, and Acoustic guitar Guy in 1998, which is usually his 1st best-of album.