Diddy Talks Investing In Your Future & 2017 Revolt Music Conference

The Revolt Music Conference proves that Sean "Diddy" Combs has always been a true visionary who is passionate about pushing the culture forward.

(AllHipHop Features) The 4th annual Revolt Music Conference has once again proved to be the intersection of music, technology, and innovation where influencers, music and entertainment executives, media and up-and-coming artists all collide!

The 2017 RMC featured informational panels, heavy-hitting performances, yacht and 90s parties, a legendary gala, and incomparable industry-wide networking opportunities.

The Revolt Music Conference is a platform known for uniting successful, innovative, and thought-provoking speakers and panelists from all across the music and entertainment industries with those with a thirst for knowledge that relates to how they can change their lives in the pursuit of achieving success and following their dreams.

RMC has become an established event that provides attendees with a one-of-a-kind chance to thrive and invest in their future.

A collaborative space is created as the industry's power players take the stage, and tomorrow's leaders, artists, and future moguls absorb key information to help them navigate their career path.

AllHipHop's Rea Davis had an opportunity to speak with Sean "Diddy" Combs about what attendees could expect from this year's conference and his vision behind creating it.

"That's what it's about, it's about about us being a platform for people focused on their future. It's comes a time when you have to focus on your future, so you have to invest in your future. You have to invest the same time that you would put into going away for a weekend to party, you have to invest in going away for a weekend to educate yourself, and so I wanted to create a platform. A lot of people always ask me what the blueprint is. One of the big parts of the blueprint is the information, so we're here to meet, learn how to network, and learn how to work together as a people, as a culture. [We're here to] learn how to handle real business. Yeah there's going to be some great parties, but it's really about everyone attending the panels to learn, so they can get the value, and they can really start to control the destiny of their future because you actually control how this thing is going to end. Revolt is that platform to bring us all together," said Combs.

Check out the interview below! Video shot by Sam Hernandez (@Korvpt_sam)

you know what would've been a way for people to have their future invested in...Diddy not raping his artist. Raping Records in full effect.

Dope interview Rea! Salute!

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