New York, NY, June 27, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Buzz International Group is proud to announce Tha Height’s involvement in yet another community celebrity event happening this weekend; Cutting for a Cure, a fundraising event for cancer awareness and community testing in Harlem, U.S.A. Look for Tha Heights to perform their classic Motown a cappellas, as well as some of their fresh tracks at Denny Moe’s Barbershop on Saturday June 28th at 3pm. While vying for the spotlight in the industry, these four talented young men of Tha Heights make sure to still take time to give back to the community as they have recently participated in ParentSociety.com’s One Sweet Day To Benefit The Ronald McDonald House, the 8th Annual Harlem USA Celebrity Read-A-Thon, and Cookie Johnson’s (Wife of Earvin “Magic” Johnson) Women’s Empowerment Summit at Harlem Hospital.
Growing up in Washington Heights, NYC themselves, Tha Heights have had first-hand experiences with the hardships of living in the inner-city and are aware of the necessity of these community programs and fundraisers. Now with their music videos just wrapped for their first two singles “B O riginal” and “Neva be the Same”, and an upcoming appearance on MTV’s Dances from Tha Hood video series coming to MTV.com and MTV on Demand soon, Tha Heights are sure to make their name known for their unbridled talent, eye-catching looks and style, as well as their desire to give back to the community.
About Tha Heights
Tha Heights, signed to Offbeat Entertainment, are a group of four Dominican young men that have prepared an eclectic blend of Latin, Pop, and Hip Hop flavor that their Washington Heights, NYC neighborhood is known for. They have coined it “Latin Pop & B”. Their repertoire consists of a wide range of songs to satisfy almost any taste, from the necessary club bangers to reggaeton, and pop ballads. They are also the Official Spokesgroup for Bazooka Bubble Gum and can be seen on www.BazookaJoe.com. Currently Tha Heights are making the rounds at Latin, Industry and Community Events across the tri-state area and will soon be seen on MTV’s Dances from Tha Hood, seen on www.DancesFromThaHood.mtv and on MTV on Demand, which is found on select cable providers.
About “Cutting for a Cure”
Denny Moe’s Superstar Barbershop has teamed up with multiple sponsors to conduct a two day haircutting marathon named “Cutting for a Cure”. Denny Moe’s Barbershop will be cutting hair for 48 hours non-stop from Friday, June 27th- Sunday, June 29th in hopes to make a donation of $200,000 or greater to help contribute to The Barbershop Quartet of Abyssinian Baptist Church along with St. Luke’s Roosevelt , American Cancer Society’s (ACS) researching efforts, and St. Jude Children’s Hospital. The Barbershop Quartet is a program of the Abyssinian Baptist Church that works with St. Luke’s Roosevelt and they are dedicated to getting the Harlem community tested for cancer as well as getting people the help they need. ACS is a nationwide organization dedicated to preventing and eventually eliminating cancer. St. Jude Children’s Hospital provides medical treatment and care to children diagnosed with cancer.
Denny Moe’s Superstar Barbershop will provide haircuts, live entertainment, cancer screenings, healthy food and individual health consultation to all patrons.