NEW YORK, April 6, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- DME Interactive Holdings, Inc. (Pink Sheets:DMHD), through its subsidiary, The Girls Entertainment, announced clients DJ Nelson, Nina Sky and Andy Boy united to raise AIDS awareness at "Reggaeton Explosion 3", LIFEbeat's "Hearts & Voices" Benefit Concert Series on Wednesday, March 29, 2006, at Spirit New York.

The Benefit Concert, hosted by DJ Nelson, featured performances from The Girls Entertainment clients, Nina Sky, singing the hit "Move Ya Body," and Latin rapper, Andy Boy, performing his new single, "Latigo." Top Latin superstars Don Omar, Pitbull, Voltio and Tantro Metro & Devonte also took the stage. The event, produced by Tonya Lewis and J.P. Taylor for E.A.R.S. Entertainment Group, was sponsored by HOT 97, Vibe magazine, and BET among others. "Reggaeton Explosion 3" is part of LIFEbeat's "Hearts & Voices" Benefit Concert Series, raising money and awareness of AIDS among America's youth.

The Girls Entertainment, a lifestyle Public Relations and Marketing firm for the Urban Hispanic Market, has successfully placed artists off their client roster for three of LIFEbeat's "Hearts & Voices" AIDS Benefit Concert Series.

DME Interactive Holdings, Inc. President, Thomas O'Rourke, stated, "The focus of The Girls Entertainment and DME's other portfolio companies remains simple. We market and showcase top Hispanic talent, and the success of this concert is a testament to our commitment and dedication."

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Founded in August 1994, DME Interactive Holdings is an ethnically diverse multimedia company with controlling interest in three subsidiaries: Ritmo Tunes, The Girls Entertainment, and Stilo. More specifically, through its subsidiaries DME Interactive focuses on the convergence of high tech multi-media applications and its growing use and acceptance by ethnically diverse groups. DME Interactive has the unique ability to target and cater to minority groups which have traditionally been an under serviced demographic. This type of access is highly sought after by major media firms, with whom DME Interactive intends to partner with in order to deliver their message and market their offerings.

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