We want to take a moment to Thank Baby Jesus and YouTube for the live stream because like many of you, we were unable to attend Coachella this year. We caught the two-hour performance of the queen from the comfort of our bed. History was made this weekend at The Coachella Valley Music and Art Festival. Beyonce became the first Black Woman to ever headline the festival. This is another accomplishment she can add to her belt. Since last year performance was canceled due to her pregnancy Beyonce and her team put together a spectacular performance for this year’s event, which left everyone speechless. The theme for the night was inspired by (HBCU) Historically Black Colleges and Universities (institutions of higher education in the US that were established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which served African Americans. This was because the overwhelming majority of predominantly white institutions disqualified…

Let’s just call him Professor Q-Tip. Can you imagine all the knowledge the students at New York University’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music in The Tisch School of the Arts will receive. Amazing! Q-Tip will join Journalists Ashley Kahn to teach a course on the intersection of Jazz and Hip-Hop. The seven-class schedule wil cover artist like Public Enemy, The Roots, Lauryn Hill and Kendrick Lamar. The second part of the course the students will receive in class and out class assignments from Q-Tip’s mentorship from learning musicianship, performance, compostition, and production. Class will beginning September 5 in the Fall semester.