Article By: Shenelle Simone
ATLANTA, GA -Revolt Summit powered by AT&T hosted a three day homecoming experience that connected artist, executives, and creators to network and celebrate the culture of Hip Hop. The star-studded featured artistes such as Offset, Killer Mike, 2 Chainz, Jayda Cheaves, Light Skin Keisha, and many more! Founded by Sean "Diddy" Combs, Revolt is an American music-oriented digital cable television network .
Kicking off the summit, Thursday events included the Be Heard competition with the fan-favorite performance contest where aspiring singers and rappers will have the chance to show off their talents for a cash prize and more lit prizes. Judges for the audition include DJ Holiday, Sean Garrett, Vedo & Drumma Boy. Paying homage to the real Atlanta, Revolt Summit hosted a "Welcome To Atlanta" segment featuring Jeezy and Atlanta's Mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms. With a closing performance from The City Girls & Yachty.
Terrence J, Chance The Rapper, Rick Ross, Slick Rick and NBA Allstar, Allen Iverson attend day two of Revolt Summit dropping major gems. Durning the "Mental Wins" conversation, Allen Iverson discussed his up and downs during his NBA career with focuses on his mental health and advice for professional and future NBA players.
On the final day of the Revolt Summit, Media Girls Network Jelisa Raquel, Shenelle Simone, and Social Neffy interviewed the cast of "The Game" as they gave us the first look of Season 10 streaming now on Paramount+. One of the most highly anticipated panels of the summit "GUNNIN' IN THE CITY" Featuring YSL artist, Gunna moderated by Ryan Wilson. Gunna surprised our very own Media Girls Network correspondent, Social Neffy during her Q&A about how can major artists help smaller black owned press outlets. Philly's own Meek Mill performed his classic banger “Dreams & Nightmares’’ and new music giving us the perfect closing on this year Revolt Summit.
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