REVOLT and AT&T revealed the next round of heavy hitters to join REVOLT Summit in ATL
REVOLT Summit Atlanta is going down Sept. 12-Sept. 14. More details here!
Today, REVOLT TV and AT&T revealed the next round of hip hop’s heavy hitters on the list to join the REVOLT Summit in Atlanta. The highly anticipated three-day event will take place Sept. 12- Sept. 14 with guests Mona Scott-Young, Swizz Beatz, DJ Khaled, Timbaland, Jeezy, Andre Harrell, Dia Simms, Killer Mike, The Dream, Lenny S., Yung Joc, DJ Drama and many more.
This will be an experience unlike any other, rooted in the business of hip hop and dedicated to equipping aspiring young leaders with the tools for success. “This Summit is a unique opportunity for rising creatives and executives to engage with the icons, experts and legends leading the charge today. The purpose of REVOLT Summit is to equip the next generation of leaders with the skills and wisdom they need to shape the future of hip hop,” said REVOLT Chairman, Sean “Diddy” Combs.
To give you an overview of what you can expect, day one of the Summit will set the tone for the entire experience as Swizz Beatz and Timbaland kick off the day to discuss creating the beats behinds hip hop’s hottest tracks. The evening will also culminate a set by DJ Drama and the electrifying “Welcome to ATL” concert featuring YBN Members: YBN Cordae, YBN Almighty Jay, YBN Nahmir, and more to be announced.
Furthermore, Atlanta’s beloved and hip hop icon, Jeezy will then host a keynote conversation “The Art of the EnTRAPreneur” where he will speak on the direct correlation between business and hip hop. Yung Joc will also host the “[Be Heard]” competition where young artists will perform on the stage judged by hip hop mogul Andre Harrell, LVRN’s Justice Baiden, The Dream and co-host of REVOLT TV’s “State of the Culture,” Remy Ma. That’s just the first day!
Day two kicks off with “The Breakfast Club” host Angela Yee leading the “HBCU Love” panel to discuss the highs and lows of attending HBCUs. While renowned Roc Nation’s own, Lenny S. will lead “The Gatekeepers” discussion. That’s to name a few things going on for the day.
On Saturday, music heavyweight Shanti Das will join Jermaine Dupri, Dallas Austin and Rico Wade on “The Pioneers” panel. Meanwhile, Killer Mike is set to speak on the previously announced Jeff Johnson led “Trap the Vote: Hip Hop & Politics” panel and REVOLT Chairman, Sean Combs, will host a fireside chat with business maven and President of Combs Entertainment, Dia Simms. REVOLT and AT&T revealed the next round of heavy hitters to join REVOLT Summit in ATL.
With all that said, Atlanta is going to be lit. So, stay tuned with us as we continue to keep you in the loop on the latest for REVOLT Summit in Atlanta. Passes for the official Summit in ATL and L.A. are now available at REVOLTSummit.com along with a full lineup of speakers, panels and performers.
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