is a hip-pop-dance-rock trio formed and based in Toronto, but all members are originally from Vancouver:
Natasha Zimbaro, vocals
Dizzy Overhill, rapper
Mark Luongo, musical mastermind
A mutual friend connected Zimbaro with Overhill and Luongo in 2012 shortly after the pair had moved to Toronto. "The connection was immediate," recalls Overhill. "After a few Facebook messages and recording a handful of demos PRTY H3RO was formed."
The group's debut single, Life Of The Party, is being released via Sony Music Canada on July 8, 2013. "It's about the pressure you place on yourself or the expectations placed on you by others to make yourself the center of attention," explains Luongo.
"We want to create a fun, positive and energetic party atmosphere and experience for our fans on record and on stage," adds Zimbaro, a trained dancer and theatrical performer who has sung anthems at major sporting events in Vancouver, Toronto and California.
While the PRTY H3RO sound might be on the playful side, Overhill and Luongo are both classically trained on piano. Luongo also plays bass, guitar, piano and the ukulele.
Overhill and Luongo founded Goodbye Beatdown, a reggae-rock-hip-hop band, in Vancouver in 2009. They went on to win the CFOX Seeds radio competition, tour across Canada twice, and open for artists like Sean Kingston, Sam Roberts, and Finger Eleven.
Meanwhile, Zimbaro was pursuing a solo career in Nashville, followed by a move to England and an audition for the X-Factor, where she finished among the top-16 female performers in 2011. She also completed a Masters Certificate in Music Business through the Berklee College of Music in 2012.
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