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Art, Beats, and Lyrics 

October 28, 2013
October 25, 2013 - Last Friday night at Compound, the 2013 edition of Gentleman Jack's Art Beats + Lyrics took Atlanta's urban creative set tripping down memory lane. The ninth installment of the annual art and music showcase featured performances from ’90s mainstays DJ Quik and New Jack Swing producer Teddy Riley. But the real blasts from the pasts were featured in displays of the automated animal band Rock-afire Explosion from Showbiz Pizza in the ’80s and the original sign from Club 559, the legendary Atlanta club that had the whole city Bankhead Bouncing in the mid-’90s.
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Dustin Chambers
Surprise guest Teddy Riley turned a heap of thirty-somethings into tweenagers when he zoomed through a set of his '90s hits for Bobby Brown, Guy, Michael Jackson, and Wreckx-N-Effect.
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