October 28, 2013 Slideshows

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Art, Beats, and Lyrics 

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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"We're like the black Menudo," Teddy Riley says after introducing the newest members of Blackstreet.
Dustin Chambers
Dustin Chambers
Dustin Chambers
The Occasional Superstar Fabian Williams was one of the artists who showcased work at AB+L 2013.
Dustin Chambers
In addition to her installation at Art Beats + Lyrics, Miami-based artist Kazilla got to "rock some big walls" while in Atlanta.
Dustin Chambers
Dustin Chambers
Homegirls pose in front of Diwang Valdez's photography exhibit the Happy Rapper.
Dustin Chambers
Dustin Chambers
Dustin Chambers
A nostalgia trip that included the original sign from ’90s West End hot spot Club 559 reached further back with a display of the automated Rock-afire Explosion band from Showbiz Pizza in the '80s.
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Dustin Chambers
Dustin Chambers
Dustin Chambers
D.R.E.S. tha BEATnik had the crowd seeing double, appearing in photos from past AB+Ls and as host for 2013.
Dustin Chambers
Dustin Chambers
Could this be the last performance from DJ Quik? Three days after headlining AB+L, he tweeted something akin to a retirement announcement.
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