Every week Kanye West makes headlines without even trying. This week, American Psycho author Brett Easton Ellis revealed an upcoming screenplay collaboration with Yeezy. Details about the film are extremely scarce. The only thing confirmed is that they are working together. But we're all basically crafting fanfic about the end product.

In other Yeezus-related news, British pop star Lily Allen announced her new album is named  Sheezus, as a direct homage to West. But she's not the first to use that play-on-words.

Pharrell gave fans a last minute announcement about his upcoming album. (And was confronted about his ageless looks by a journalist this week in the most awkward way ever.) 50 Cent parted ways with Interscope and Drake announced his co-headliner for OVO Fest this summer.

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

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