REVOLT Summit X AT&T Returns To ATL
REVOLT Summit X AT&T came to ATL! For 3 days, black excellence learns and gains networking opportunities.
With an experienced and impactful panel, those 3 days really offered changemakers a chance to enjoy performances while being empowered for all the things they will do in the future.
The event began with a special ceremony, Jeezy and DJ Ohso began by hyping the fans up and getting them excited.
Atlanta Mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms gave a warm welcome to Summit, and then the fun began!
Lil Yachty and The City Girls performed as well.
“Bringing the culture together in such an important city like Atlanta to celebrate Hip Hop and empower the next generation of leaders is a dream come true and represents everything REVOLT stands for,” said Sean “Diddy” Combs, Chairman of REVOLT. “Moments like this are not possible without fearless partners like AT&T who invest in advancing the culture and every member of the Hip Hop community who showed up to help make this year’s REVOLT Summit a huge success,” CEO of Revolt, Detavio Samuels says.
Fans also viewed viewings from highly influential and knowledgeable, Troy Millings and Rashad Bilal having a conversation with Chance The Rapper.
Legend Rick Ross also made an appearance speaking with Baby Jade and DJ Scream.
Many panels were shown to influence young change-makers, like “The Excellence Program Executive Chat.”
2 Chainz, Offset and Killer Mike discuss the importance of building up our future leaders, the event wants to make young people feel comfortable with making a change.
“We appreciate the opportunity to team up with REVOLT for yet another impactful event that brought together cultural changemakers and conversations that will advance the communities we serve,” Corey Anthony, SVP, Chief Diversity and Development Officer, at AT&T says. “AT&T is dedicated to empowering future leaders and we will continue to put resources toward initiatives that foster economic growth and innovation within the Black community.”
The event is a great way for youth to build empowerment, and have their voices heard along with preparing for the future.