The Buzz: Kanye Brings DONDA to Harvard, Chris Brown Readies Mixtape and More...

R. Kelly stuns, Kanye educates and more!

Classism No More - Yesterday, Kanye West did what he does best and broke barriers down when he was a guest lecturer at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. According to his DONDA team member Virgil Obah, this is part of a "DONDA lecture series." In other news, Yeezy is dropping the video for "Bound 2" this week, so get ready!   (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Invision/AP)

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Classism No More - Yesterday, Kanye West did what he does best and broke barriers down when he was a guest lecturer at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. According to his DONDA team member Virgil Obah, this is part of a "DONDA lecture series." In other news, Yeezy is dropping the video for "Bound 2" this week, so get ready! (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Invision/AP)

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Mixtape, No Album? - Chris Brown has been out of rehab for about a week now and it looks like he's going to drop a mixtape tomorrow. It'll be titled X Files and will include five exclusive tracks. Will you be downloading? (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

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They Did What They Wanted - Saturday night, Lady Gaga and R. Kelly took the SNL stage for a live performance of "Do What U Want" and, well... it was interesting. It was weird to see the two onstage together trying to feign chemistry, but the song is still dope, so they win.  (Photos from left: Donna Ward/Getty Images for Arise Made in Africa, Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Clear Channel)

Record Books - In 2008, David Blaine made his first Guinness record by holding his breath underwater for 17 minutes and 4.5 seconds. His record was broken just four months later.(Photo: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for The Jewish Museum)

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The Magic Man - Don't miss master illusionist David Blaine tonight on 106 & Park! (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for The Jewish Museum)

"I Am" - Strings and a rock 'n' roll-style piano mixed with that signature Down South snare make a fitting intro for Tennessee's next rap star. "I could show you how to cook right, or what a millionaire look like," Yo Gotti promises. (Photo: John Ricard/Getty Images)

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Yo, Yo, Yo! - Yo Gotti hits 106 & Park tonight with all of his music, so don't miss him at 6P/5C! (Photo by John Ricard/Getty Images)