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Published on January 6th, 2020 | by Jessica Williams


Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Art, Beats and Lyrics Made a Splash in Miami Celebrating 15th Years and Supporting the National Museum of African American Music

Established in 2004, Art, Beats and Lyrics (AB+L) has grown from an annual Atlanta art and music showcase into a traveling exhibition. Celebrating 15 years, AB+L made its way back to a southern hip-hop hub, Miami, during its nation-wide tour – bringing fusions of urban art and music to create a one-of-a-kind cultural experience to everyone from the seasoned art collector to the social media enthusiast.

This year’s interactive experience featured new tech-centric installations and visual art exhibits from renowned artists such as Tim OkamuraAdeyemi Adegbesan and AB+L’s very own curator, Dubelyoo. Guests also enjoyed performances by the legendary hip-hop group, Little Brother as well as the winner of Netflix’s hit show, Rhythm and FlowD Smoke. And the night would not have been complete without signature Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey cocktails.

Additionally, on behalf of the 15th anniversary of AB+L, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey announced its support of the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM), a global music destination providing a transformative, inspirational and educational experience across generations – including initiatives around hip hop music and culture. The alignment is an extension of its partnership with Cult Creative to support and celebrate the wider community of hip-hop and urban artistry. Through AB+L, Jack Honey will raise funds to support NMAAM’s grand opening in the summer of 2020.

The next stops on the tour include Atlanta in January; Chicago in February; and Louisville in May.

For more information on AB+L, visit their website: and engage with them on social media:

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