While reality TV star Natalie Nunn celebrated her first rolling out magazine feature with an exclusive cover party at My Studio in Los Angeles, NFL great Eddie George surprised partygoers by providing the sounds on the one’s and two’s.

George, who was an NFL All-Pro running back for the Tennessee Titans, began his set by spinning R & B cuts from the early 2000s such as Usher’s “Bad Girl” and Beyonce’s “Crazy In Love.” The crowd grew larger and George heightend the tempo by playing tracks from Lil Boosie (“Independent”), Juvenile feat. Rick Ross (“Power”) and other southern rap artists.

As Natalie Nunn unveiled her rolling out cover, George transitioned into techno by playing Usher’s “OMG,” Chris Brown’s “Beautiful People,” and LMFAO feat. Lil Jon “Shots.”

George knew how to set the perfect vibe during the evening by transitioning into songs that kept attendees on the dance floor all night long. His skills on the turntables were very impressive for a guy who spent most of his life on the gridiron.

But George isn’t the only athlete to take a chance at music. Click continue to view five other athletes who hit the studio after practice. –amir shaw

A.R. Shaw

A.R. Shaw is an author and journalist who documents culture, politics, and entertainment. He has covered The Obama White House, the summer Olympics in London, and currently serves as Lifestyle Editor for Rolling Out magazine. Follow his journey on Twitter @arshaw and Instagram @arshaw23.