There was a monumental milestone in music this week. Kanye West's The College Dropout turned 10 years old this week. Along with week-long coverage here at Complex, Yeezy himself took the time to reflect on the time since his iconic debut was released. He gave fans a statement via Twitter before embarking on a second leg of the Yeezus Tour.

There was another noteworthy anniversary this week. Drake's So Far Gone mixtape turned five. But instead of being greeted that morning of the anniversary with endless thinkpieces about Drizzy's place in the canon, we woke up to Drake outraged over what he claimed were fabricated quotes this week's issue of Rolling Stone and his anger that he was replaced on the cover by the late Philip Seymor Hoffman.

In happier news, the Queen Bee Lil Kim revealed an even littler Kim is on the way by showing off a baby bump at fashion week. Nicki Minaj sucked the life out of deadbeats everywhere and that Dipset reunion album we've all been dying for is inching closer and closer to fruition. 

All that and more in What The Hell Just Happened In Music This Week?

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