New Photo Alert: 2015 Revolt Music Conference in Miami #Revolt #RMC15

| October 19, 2015 | 0 Comments


REVOLT,hosted the second day of the 2015 REVOLT Music Conference (RMC) at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach. Themed, “The Merging of Music, Technology and Innovation, “ the 2015 RMC allowed attendees to personally interact with leaders from both the music and technology industry, gain insight and knowledge from industry trailblazers, and enjoy exclusive musical performances.

Industry heavy hitters once again took the stage on Saturday, including A&R executives, radio personalities, hit-making producers and more including Troy Carter, Chairman and CEO of Atom Factory, Mike Will Made It, Producer, Angie Martinez, On Air Talent at Power 105.1, Big Boy, On Air Talent at The Real 92.3; Salaam Remi, Producer, DJ Mustard, Producer, Producer, and more. Actors Michael B. Jordan and Tessa Thompson, and director Ryan Coogler stopped by this year’s RMC to give attendees a special sneak peek look at his upcoming film Creed and a conversation about “young black Hollywood.”

The day also included the highly anticipated #AskDiddy panel featuring Sean “Diddy” Combs answering questions from the audience and around the world via twitter and google chat, and an exclusive one-on-one conversation with Scooter Braun and Andre Harrell discussing the changing industry landscape. Attendees were then treated to performances by Ear Drummer Presents Mike Will Made-It & Friends, Kehlani, and Bryson Tiller inside the Fontainebleau Hotel.

The event culminated with the 2015 Revolt Music Conference Gala Dinner which featured special performances by Grammy-nominated artist Robin Thicke and BJ the Chicago Kid. Following the performance, Sean “Diddy” Combs presented Antonio “L.A.” Reid (Chairman and CEO of Epic Records) with the Started From The Bottom Award and discussed L.A.’s legendary influence on music. L.A Reid received a standing ovation and discussed the importance of the 2015 Revolt Music Conference referencing music executive Sickamore who he met and hired at last year’s RMC which led to him producing Travis Scott’s highly acclaimed album.

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