Raven Varona
Sydney Scott
Apr, 20, 2018

Here's everything you need to know:

Beyoncé will reportedly change things up for the second weekend of Coachella, unfortunately, fans won't be able to see the performance. Mijo Ratti, who served as one of Bey's dancers for the festival's first weekend, confirmed that there would be a few changes to the set. However, YouTube has confirmed that the second weekend of Coachella will not be streamed. (Variety, Billboard)

Do not come for the Clark Sisters. Wendy Williams learned the hard way that the gospel community is not to be messed with after she slandered the Clark Sisters during an episode of her show. While discussing Snoop Dogg's new gospel album, Williams asked her audience: “If I were the Clark Sisters, would I be mad that Snoop got to number one?” Stars like Kirk Franklin, Michelle Williams, and Kierra Sheard defended the group calling the legendary singers "one of the most influential groups of all time." Williams later apologized and invited the legendary group on her show. (Vibe)

Clark Sisters, I love you and hope to see you on the show soon! XO, WW

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Kanye West has announced that his solo album will drop in June along with a collaboration with Kid Cudi. The rapper went on a Twitter spree, sharing release dates for a number of albums including projects from Teyana Taylor and Pusha T. 'Ye's album is set to drop June 1 and will include seven songs. (The Fader)

Are fans about to get a collaboration from JLo and Cardi B.? Lopez took to Instagram to hint that a possible project from the two featuring DJ Khaled, may be on the way. (Instagram)

Prince's estate has released the original version of Prince's "Nothing Compares 2 U," which was covered by Sinead O’Connor in 1990. Along with the original version of the song, the estate also released unseen footage of the late singer and member of The Revolution performing in a basement in Eden Prairie. (Consequence of Sound)

An Arkansas judge is speaking out about the state's death penalty. Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen took part in a vigil and demonstration outside of the Governor’s Mansion on Tuesday, which marked the one-year anniversary of the state carrying out eight executions in two weeks. It was a controversial decision as many of the inmates executed suffered from mental illness. Griffen has been barred from presiding over death penalty cases and has accused the state’s Supreme Court of racism, filing a civil rights lawsuit over the decision. (Arkansas Online)

Ray J and Princess Love have landed a VH1 baby special, which the pair will also produce. The two-hour special will include the moments leading up to the birth of the couple's first child. (TMZ

Nelly's rape accuser wants his girlfriend to testify about his alibi. The rapper is accused of raping Monique Green and sexually assaulting two other women. Green wants Nelly's girlfriend, Shantel Jackson, to produce evidence regarding her whereabouts on various dates. (The Blast)

Will Smith does a pretty solid Michael Jackson impression. The actor did an impression of the King of Pop while recalling the first time he met the late singer. Suge Knight is randomly involved in the whole thing. (YouTube)