The Revolt Summit x AT&T In Atlanta

The REVOLT Summit x AT&T returned to Atlanta, GA on Saturday, September 24th for its fourth iteration of specially curated panels, workshops and more aimed to empower young Black artists and leaders.

The two-day experience kicked off where hosts Pretty Vee and Fly Guy DC welcomed the local Atlanta community. The day continued with insightful conversations led by today’s cultural leaders, including an exclusive live viewing of the financial literacy series, Assets Over Liabilities, which featured a conversation with Master P, Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings.

The Summit continued with additional panels such as Beyond The Rim, a one-on-one conversation with Dennis Rodman that discussed mental health, The Future of Cannabis, where moderator Mouse Jones spoke with Bobby Shurmda, Al Harrington, Berner and The Cannabis Cutie on the booming marijuana industry that has historically boxed out Black Americans. Detavio Samuels, CEO of REVOLT, also led the Future of REVOLT Keynote which discussed the future of the Black-owned multimedia company.

Attendees also tuned into Cancel Culture, an insightful conversation with Amber Rose, Nene Leakes and Ray J moderated by Jason Lee, before the night ended with electrifying performances by Rich Homie Quan, DreamDoll, Big Boss Vette, and Rob49.

BIG FACTS LIVE: Boosie joined Atlanta staples Big Bank, DJ Scream and Baby Jade, for an exclusive live viewing of the Big Facts podcast, an unfiltered conversation around today’s trending topics.

THE FUTURE OF COMMERCE: In this keynote conversation, Weiden + Kennedy Executive Creative Director John Petty explored the future relationship between Hip Hop, advertising, creators, and the changing global economy.

THE FUTURE OF CREATIVE FREEDOM: Moderator DJ Hed chopped it up with Coi Leray, DonYe Taylor, Tink, Smino, Mez, and Justice Baiden to discuss how artists can preserve their authenticity while pushing their art forward.

THE FUTURE OF CONNECTIVITY: Led by Matthew Brooks, AT&T Lead Marketing Communications Manager, this conversation highlighted how the Summit is leading the next generation of Black entrepreneurs through investments and programs to help eliminate digital divide for diverse communities.


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