Coca-Cola Gives Teen Artists A Chance To Shine on One of Television's Hottest Stages
Jacksonville Group Performs Live with Rapper B.o.B on BET's "106 & Park"
Photo credit: John Ricard / BET
Atlanta, GA (September 7, 2012) -- Jacksonville's own Da Pretty Boyz won the exclusive opportunity to perform live with rapper B.o.B recently on Black Entertainment Television's (BET) "106 & Park Wild Out Wednesdays (W.O.W.)."
As part of the Coca-Cola "Perfect Harmony" program, R&B group Da Pretty Boyz, battled teen artists from across the country over the past 12 weeks before taking home the W.O.W. All-Star MVP Trophy and a $5,000 cash prize.
Through its "Perfect Harmony" music platform, Coca-Cola gives teens once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to shine in the spotlight. For the past four years, America's favorite beverage company has been a proud sponsor of BET's "Wild Out Wednesdays" where amateur teen artists battle their way to stardom. The live performance with Rebel Rock/Atlantic recording artist and producer, B.o.B, marks the first time that a "Wild Out Wednesday" winner has received such an honor.
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