BBC Taps Dragonfly For Commissioner
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McKinley Franklin editor Rich Paul, DJ Drama, restauranteur Pinky Cole and YouTuber Samir Chaudry are among the confirmed guests to speak at UTA and Crown + Conquer’s UNLOQ404 inaugural creators’ summit. This year’s conference will make its debut in Atlanta at Overtime Elite Arena on Oct. 14 for the one-day special event which is sponsored by Chase, Instagram and Pinterest, with Lyft as a rideshare partner.
Industry leaders, influencers and creators will meet to exchange knowledge and inspiration in the content creation industry. Keynote speakers, workshops and creator showcases fill the day’s programming. More announced speakers and musical act to come.
“UNLOQ404 will serve as a rallying point for the next generation of creators, and if you’re on social media, you’re a creator. The mission of UNLOQ404 is to educate those who want to professionalize their passions and empower them to grow their brand by learning from trailblazers who have achieved success in their field,” said Steve Cohen, co-head of the UTA Atlanta Office. “UTA, representing storytellers who drive culture and shape the future, purposely opened an Atlanta office for moments like these – to provide institutional support and infrastructure to those shaping the next cultural wave … and the results will reaffirm Atlanta’s influence on the world.” The summit is presented by UTA, which recently opened it Atlanta office in March, and produced by independent agency Crown + Conquer.
BBC Taps Dragonfly For Commissioner
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Adele left her fans surprised after her recent concert in Las Vegas, after seemingly revealing that she is already married to her romantic partner Rich Paul. The singer keeps proving that the pair are going strong in their relationship after two years of dating and recently revealed that they are even thinking about expanding their family, and have already been talking about potential baby names.ADELE REVEALS THE POTENTIAL NAMES OF HER NEW BABY WITH BOYFRIEND RICH PAULADELE GETS EMOTIONAL AS SHE REVEALS THE SEX OF A COUPLE’S BABY: WATCHThe 35-year-old Grammy winner had a brief conversation with a woman in the audience while saying hello to her fans.
Adele may have just revealed that she’s married!
Adele has sparked rumours that she has tied the knot with boyfriend Rich Paul, after telling a fan that her "husband" was attending her concert.The singer, who currently has a residency in Las Vegas, regularly pauses the show to interact with her fans, with a recent concert-goer using the opportunity to propose to the A-list superstar, 35. Politely turning down the proposal, Adele explained: "You can't marry me. I'm straight, my love, and my husband is here tonight." Not one to be rejected easily the fan then asked if she'd at least "try", to which Adele quipped: "No, I don't want to try! I'm with Rich.
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