Feb 4, 2016

4noiz supports Operation Smile Philippines with other big artists



The trending foreigner group 4NOIZ and other big artists invaded Fisher Mall (Quezon Ave, Quezon City) with a blast last January 31, 2016 with other big artists for the benefit of “Operation Smile Philippines”.


The event is held to raise funds for “Operation Smile Philippines" for the surgeries to repair cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities of children.



All-male singing group 4noiz members are Aisaku Yokogawa (from Japan), Aaron DeTommaso (from Australia), Gui Adorno (Brazil) and Eric Buzbee (from United States).  These 100% foreigners originated from GMA-7 Eat Bulaga’s You’re My Foreignoy segment which went viral online with their first single “MahAlden Kita So Please Be Maine” under GMA Records. The video which garnered over a million views through social media also ranked #5 during its 4th week in national radio charts.   
Crowd went wild when Eat Bulaga’s Foreignay Dance Diva Dasuri Choi heats up the stage with her sizzling dance number.

Other Special guests are: Arron Cadawas ‘the viral Tagalog Prince’, the Australian actress, singer, model and DJ Natalia Moon, multi-awarded OPM artist Garth Garcia, YouTube sensation and The Voice PH finalist France Vanessa Monot, today’s hottest internet boy group “Level Up” and ‘the viral Japanese duo’ Polvoron Brothers.

During the event, 36th People’s Choice Awards awarded 4noiz as the  “2016 Globally Acknowledged Trending Group” and “Most Viral AlDub Song on Radio” for their single “MaALDEN Kita So Please Be MAINE”.
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The event is made possible by the following partners and sponsors:
GMA Records | Asia Brewery | 8Beats Popcorn | Missha | K-Pallete | Shinagawa PH | The Baker’s Co. | Thistles and Blooms | Japan Home Center |

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