2017 REVOLT Music Conference Reveals Lineup Of Industry Power Players

The Revolt Music Conference (RMC) is back at the Eden Roc in Miami from October 12th-15th.  This is the fourth year for the RMC and it still remains to be a must-attend event for innovative, industry-wide networking within the realms of music and media content space. Veteran record executiveCEO and Co-Founder of 300 Entertainment Kevin Liles will take the stage as the keynote speaker for the conference. Industry leader Bozoma Saint John, Chief Brand Officer at Uber, and Shakim Compere, Co-Founder of Flavor Unit Entertainment, will participate in can’t-miss interactive Q&As.  Allen Hughes, film producer and director of the “Defiant Ones”, will participate in a special Q&A on filmmaking in Hollywood, and showcase a screening during the REVOLT Film Festival on October 15th.

Here is a look at what to expect at these panels with a peep at the “Managers: Building a Star Panel” from RMC 2016.

On the performance end 21 Savage joins previously announced performers who will take the stage during RMC including Ms. Lauryn Hill, 2 Chainz, French Montana, Daniel Caesar, King Combs, and TDE recording artist SZA.

If you feel you are destined for the stage and trying to see your name in lights one day then the RMC might have an opportunity for you. REVOLT is once again partnering with Pepsi to offer an exclusive opportunity for up-and-coming talent to perform during the REVOLT Music Conference.  Taking place on the first day of the conference, Thursday, October 12th“Be Heard,” presented by Pepsi, will allow attendees the chance to increase their visibility and exposure by showcasing their talents to music industry icons, producers, and artists. The winner of “Be Heard,” presented by Pepsi, will perform on REVOLT TV.

 

 

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Nino Llanera

Co-Founder of The 5th Element Magazine, Entertainment Host and Creative. I am a fashion and entertainment junkie with a mild obsession with the Internet. You can catch me live on Afterbuzz TV recapping your favorite sitcoms or trying to figure out and explain the ratchetness that is reality tv.

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