The rapper gives a lecture at Harvard's School of Design on Sunday before his Boston concert

By Wade Rouse
November 18, 2013 09:00 AM

Will Kanye West‘s next album be titled Ivy League?

Probably not, but the rapper, 36, did stop by Harvard’s School of Design Sunday, in advance of his “Yeezus” concert in Boston, to address a packed lecture hall as part of the “DONDA Design Lecture Series,” E Online reports.

“I really do believe the world can be saved through design,” said West, in a video from his lecture that was posted on Facebook.

West further surprised the Harvard School of Design office by giving them free tickets to his show.

DONDA is a creative design company started by West in 2012, and named after his late mother, Donda West, “which will galvanize amazing thinkers and put them in a creative space to bounce their dreams and ideas,” West wrote on Twitter last January.

Kim Kardashian posted an Instagram photo of her fiancé, alongside the caption, “My baby speaking at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.”

The last “baby” photo Kardashian, 33, posted was of her daughter with the rapper, North West, who turned five months old on Friday.