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After successfully hosting the <a href=”https://twitter.com/revolttv”>REVOLT</a> Summit in Atlanta, <a href=”https://twitter.com/Diddy”>Diddy</a> and AT&T are set to host the next installment in Los Angeles. The summit is expected to mirror the Atlanta one, which was full of conversations with numerous professionals and people in the music industry power talking about the culture and business of hip hop.
This year, Top Dawg Entertainment’s CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith and the label’s president Terrence “Punch” Henderson are said to be co-chairs of the summit in Los Angeles. The record label features some of the most prominent names in hip hop, with the likes of Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolBoy Q, SZA, and many more signed to them.
“In Atlanta, we shocked the youth and our audience with thought-provoking panels and one of a kind networking opportunities,” Diddy stated. “With Top Dawg and Punch from TDE as our co-chairs in addition to Snoop Dogg, Angela Rye and Killer Mike, we are ready to bring this energy and empowerment to Los Angeles so they too can experience the REVOLT Summit firsthand.”
According to the official press release, the summit “will feature panels on the cannabis revolution and criminal justice reform, while bringing back some of Atlanta’s most popular activities like ‘AT&T Office Hours,’ which connects REVOLT Summit attendees with successful business leaders and entrepreneurs in music, film and entertainment…”
The REVOLT Summit is set to go down between October 25-27th, and tickets are available at REVOLTSummit.com.