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Concert To Feed The Homeless Presents:BITTERSWEET

Since their arrival on the pop/R&B circuit, BitterSweet & The BoyZ has become one of Southern California’s most talked‑about new groups. With new hits Be With Me and Girls Night Out, it isn’t difficult to imagine why their first album is hotly anticipated in mid 2013.

Together, the two young ladies and three young men who comprise BitterSweet & The BpoyZ share one thing in common: their love of music and performing. Each of the five members  became acclimated to the stage early in life, mastering their craft of singing, dancing and performing.  Their cultural differences bring the group a unique, diverse persona.

BitterSweet’s lead singers Lea 16  and GiGi 16, with The BoyZ, dancers Chez, Jeff and Sonari have a unique chemistry that is driven by their dedication and long hours of rehearsal and fused with their strong friendship and sense of family with each other. Audiences are electrified by their energy and kinetic chemistry. Off stage, they are all best friends, spending their time rehearsing, going to the movies, and helping each other with homework!

BitterSweet is currently in the studio working on their debut album, Settle for More, produced by RunDMC Productions, under their manager, JayPugh of RK Records/Management in collaboration with LRT/Ingrooves-Fontana/Universal. The first single release from the album is available on iTunes and in over 52 countries titled “Be With Me” with the full album to be available in Mid 2013.

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