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Teen Glow Light party at Black Eagle Community Center raises money for food bank

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This weekend, teens can help out the Great Falls Community Food Bank by coming to the Black Eagle Community Center and having a good time at the Glow Light Party hosted by King Mook.

The party kicks off Saturday evening from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m., for people ages 14-18-years old. Valid IDs are required.

Along with King Mook, DJ Evolve will be spinning house, EDM, hip hop, and R&B music all night. There will be black-light bowling happening at the center t the same time, also.

King Mook is from Chicago but now calls Great Falls home. Some of his influences, along with his four older brothers and six sisters, are artists such as Lupe, Hopsin, Tory lanez, Drake, T.I and Lil Wayne.

King Mook, left, and DJ Evolve
King Mook, left, and DJ Evolve

He recently released a video for his song “The King” produced by Andy Southon’s “Answers From the Void Productions” video production company.

DJ Evolve also hails from Chicago but now lives in Missoula, where he’s the on-air personality for 106.3 FM The Heat.

While growing up in Chicago, he worked with and hung around with some of the city’s top DJs such as Kenny “Jammin” Jason, Farley “Jackmaster” Funk, Scott “Smokin” Silz, Ralph “Rockin” Rosario, Steve “Silk” Hurley, “Bad Boy” Bill, and Frankie Knuckles.

He credits his friend DJ Polo as being a huge influence on his style, as well.

Admission to the Glow Light party is $10 or $5 and a can of food. For more information, check out King Mook’s page on Facebook.

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