MIAMI, Florida — Last weekend, Hustle Gang invaded the Eden Roc Hotel for the 4th annual Revolt Music Conference, in Miami. Kicking off Saturday in style, Tip “T.I.” Harris, took the stage for one of Revolt’s most controversial and talked about panels; Hip Hop vs. Trump. This politically charged conversation included some of today’s community and music leaders who continue to use their platform for social change, such as David Banner, Joey Bad A$$ and up and coming conscious, rapper, Myssone (seen on BET’s cypher). With Revolt’s leading man Sean “Diddy” Combs in the front row, the panelists shared sound advice on how we can all better ourselves and our communities. Additionally, T.I. ended by giving the audience the raw, uncut truth of today’s political climate.
Following the panel, T.I. and the Hustle Gang family invaded the RMC stage to close out the Ciroc Hustle Pool Party. Artists RaRa, Tokyo Jetz, Translee, Yung Booke, London Jae, Brandon Rossi with special guest GFMBRYYCE, rocked the crowd performing some of the singles off the new Hustle Gang collaborative album, ‘We Want Smoke.’ T.I. ended the set with back-to-back, solo, Trap classics and wrapped the show with Hustle for an unforgettable rendition of “About the Money.”
After the amazing performance, Hustle Gang switched gears to join live on Revolt’s hit show, “Drink Champs.” Hosted by legendary rapper N.O.R.E, Miami’s DJ EFN and guest host Angela Yee, T.I. introduced his artists to the show and in true “Drink Champs” fashion, the gang took a few shots to commemorate the We Want Smoke album and their continued success.
Wrapping up the weekend, T.I. and Hustle Gang’s first lady, Tokyo Jetz attended the Revolt Music Conference Gala, honoring fellow female emcee and entertainment extraordinaire, Queen Latifah, for her tremendous contributions to the music, film and beauty industries.