In Conclusion to my Super bowl Super Week, I was given the honor to attend/cover the RollingStone magazine 50th Anniversary Red Carpet and Party. RollingStone went all out for this party, for it was held at the massive Houston Museum of Fine Arts. This truly was a star studded event filled with comedians, Dj’s, recording artists, models, athletes, actors, actresses and reality stars. While walking up to the press/media check-in; I immediately noticed recording artist Big Sean was walking up getting ready to hit the red carpet. I was very excited; the last time I seen Big Sean was when he came to my college in 2011. During the red carpet I was able to take pictures and speak with dj’s Cassidy and Diplo, rappers/singers Nas, Big Sean, Busta Rhymes and Harry Connick Jr., comedians/actors Anthony Anderson, J.B. Smooth and Adrian Grenier, Actress Alyssa Milano and Kendra Wilkinson, Model Chanel Iman, reality stars Nene Leaks and Cynthia Bailey, and lastly athletes Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham Jr., Warren Sapp, Travis Kelce, Danielle Moinet, Caroline Wozniacki and many more. After the Red Carpet I went inside to enjoy the party. Once entering the party I greeted by Budweiser brand ambassadors giving out free drinks, shirts, jackets and bags. Next I went inside to the party area. I soon realized that Nas was not only just there to make an appearance he started to perform some of his greatest hits. I was so excited because I listen to Nas all the time and have never been to a concert. Not only did Nas perform but so did Big Sean, Dj Diplo and Busta Rhymes. The Crowd went crazy when Busta Rhymes performed his verse from the hit song Look at Me Now. During the intermissions of the performances I would go and explore the museum. The Museum had three floors showcasing some of the magnificent pieces of like the Art of India. There was even a lounge, open bar area on the third floor where you could eat delicious bagel bites from Einstein Bros Bagels, while overlooking the balcony to see into the party area. This was an awesome memory that I will cherish forever. Thanks again RollingStone for allowing me to cover/ attend the event. I have provided pictures down below and feel free to comment and subscribe if you like.