While there’s still no official word on when her next studio album will be released, it looks like the BeyHive has been given yet another reason to look forward to the month of April. April 14 is now a solid date the BeyHive can mark on the calendar. Two years after the announcement that Beyoncé would be working on her own clothing line, the update is an exciting one. In two weeks, Ivy Park, the athleisure brand designed by the singer herself, will finally be available for purchase on April 14. In addition, a beautifully shot two-minute long music video was released and not only stars her daughter Blue Ivy, but also serves as a healthy dose of inspiration with narration by Beyoncé. Fans can see the look book at Beyoncé.com, which features the Queen herself modeling the pieces. Big Sean and Jhene Aiko’s conceptual project “Twenty88” features bedroom ready tracks as well as relationship tracks. The eight song set also features a special appearance by R&B duo Kci & JoJo. Known for a freaky catalog from their Jodeci days, brother Cedric and Joel Hailey get their falsetto on for the single “2 Minute Warning” The duo stated during an interview with Billboard magazine that manager Damon Jones informed the duo that Big Sean wanted them to work on the track and the environment in the studio was perfect. Hip Hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs is in a happy place these days. The Bad Boy Records CEO was all smiles during a recent appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, where the two traded lines about Puff’s VIP parties and his “high concept”, even self destructive invites. He told Fallon, “You gotta work hard and play hard. You gotta treat yourself.” He then gave Fallon a two step lesson. The mogul has been juggling a lot since announcing a “one night only” Bad Boy reunion show set to take place at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on May 20, which marks the birthday of rapper Notorious B.I.G. He also announced the opening of a charter school in Harlem. On the music front, the rapper delivered the visual for the single “You Could Be My Lover”. Diddy and the Bad Boy family are also expected to release “No Way Out 2” later this year as well. This is no April Fool’s Day prank: rapper Kanye West’s “The Life Of Pablo” is now streaming across myriad musical platforms and is now available for purchase. The rapper/designer’s seventh studio effort premiered on Feb. 11 and got it’s semi-official release Feb. 14 on Tidal. Until today, if you wanted to listen to it through a legitimate channel, Tidal was the only place to do it. West had promised that “Pablo” would be a Tidal exclusive. Here it is, all 19 tracks, available to Spotify subscribers. It’s also available via http://www.kanyewest.com. Not a moment too soon.