Black-owned media firm Revolt, based by rapper and entrepreneur Sean “Diddy” Combs, at present introduced a collection of modifications to its senior-level management that features selling in-house expertise to 2 new chief officer positions.

Combs’ highest-level appointment was given to business veteran Detavio Samuels, who will function Revolt’s CEO efficient instantly, making him “one in all company America’s youngest executives,” the corporate says. Samuels was first employed by Revolt final summer time as its chief working officer,  following a five-year stint as president of popular culture media group Interactive One.

The C-suite modifications additionally embrace a job enlargement for Revolt’s present chief monetary officer Colin McIntosh, who will function each the corporate’s CFO in addition to its COO going ahead. Earlier than becoming a member of Revolt in 2018, McIntosh helped lead cell gaming firm Scopely, and had beforehand acted as VP of finance for Sony Footage Tv.

“My imaginative and prescient for Revolt was all the time to construct the world’s largest Black-owned media firm powered by the neatest younger executives from the tradition,” says Combs, including that it’s important for Revolt to “keep true” to its mission of elevating up-and-coming business leaders and empowering the expansion of hip-hop.