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HIP-HOP | Let's Be Friends of Teen Empowerment 

The monthly Let's Be Friends parties have become somewhat of a legend in our city. The events, hosted by emcee MdotCoop with music by DJ Tim Tones and Fresh, showcase and promote young hip-hop artists. Next up, the series will host a fundraiser by teaming up with Teen Empowerment, a community-driven center focusing on difficult issues impacting Rochester youth such as crime and violence, teen pregnancy, quality education, jobs, and access to the arts. Youth organizers of TE will be performing songs and spoken word, and the night will feature raffles and an art exhibition by artist Young Salut.

Let's Be Friends of Teen Empowerment will take place Friday, April 13, at the Metropolitan, 1 South Clinton Avenue. 6 p.m. $10.;


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