Elite roster lined up for the 2016 REVOLT Music Conference

  /  09.12.2016

REVOLT, the #1 name in music, is once again taking over Miami Beach for the third annual REVOLT Music Conference. Adding to the already packed roster of elite participants, REVOLT announced today that Phil McIntyre, CEO and founder of Philymack, will join Lyor Cohen, founder of 300 Entertainment, and Julie Greenwald, chairman and COO of Atlantic Records, as featured keynote speakers. These industry experts will take the stage with DJ Khaled for the previously announced #AskKhaled Q&A, and hip-hop icon Nas, who will be presented with this year’s “Started From The Bottom Now We Here” award at the annual Gala Dinner.

REVOLT also announced exciting new panel and breakout session participants including Mark Siegel, partner at ICM Partners; Taxstone, Tax Season culture podcast at Loud Networks; Lenny S, SVP, A&R, artist management at Roc Nation; Meagan Good, actress; Eva Marcille, model and actress; DJ Drama; Azim Rashid, SVP of promotions for Capital Records; Wayne Barrow, co-founder/president of ByStorm Entertainment and Technology; Reggie Ossé, Combat Jack; Shawn Barron, VP of Urban A&R at Atlantic Records; Kenny Burns, VP of marketing at Combs Enterprises; Karen Civil, CEO of Always Civil Enterprises; Robert Gibbs, ICM Partners; Gil Griffin, director; Dennis Ashley, partner at ICM Partners; Camille Hackney, EVP of brand partnerships and commercial licensing at Atlantic Records/Warner Music Group; Zach Iser, agent at ICM Partners; Necole Kane, CEO/founder of XONecole.com; Jean Nelson, president of BPG Music Group/Maverick Management; EIF Rivera, director; Al Branch,CMO/partner of BPG/Blueprint/Maverick; Rod & Karen, hosts of The Black Guy Who Tips podcast; Jeff Sanchez, senior manager of content and events NBA; Claire Sulmers, CEO of Fashion Bomb Daily; Tracey Waples, chief marketing officer/chief strategist/owner of DNA Creative; Tahiry, social media maven and entrepreneur; Caroline Yim, concert agent at ICM Partners; and Nate Monoshevich, West Coast Ciroc ambassador. Additional names will be announced in the coming weeks.

The 2016 RMC will build off the success of last year’s conference and play host to the biggest names in the industry, creating a collaborative space and a one-of-a-kind forum designed to help guests understand and navigate the evolution of the music business. Established as a must-attend event in the industry, the REVOLT Music Conference provides attendees with the opportunity to personally interact with leaders from both the music and technology industries during interactive panels, performances, exclusive networking events, pitch sessions, poolside parties, music experiences, and more.

Previously announced panelists include Funkmaster Flex, DJ and radio host; DJ Envy, DJ and radio host; Cool and Dre, producers and songwriters; DJ Marcos “Kosine” Palaios of Da Internz; Tuma Basa, head of global programming, hip-hop at Spotify; James Cruz, president, Bad Boy management; Darrale Jones, executive vice president, A&R, Def Jam Recordings; Aubrey Flynn, vice president of digital at Combs Enterprises; Angie Nwandu, founder of The Shade Room; and Ernest “Tuo” Clark, A&R at Def Jam Recordings.

Registration packages for the 2016 REVOLT Music Conference are now on sale at REVOLTMusicConference.com. Join the #RMC2016 conversation on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @revolttv.

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