Monday morning rolls around and what do you know? Ray J decides to kick off the first week of May with his video for "I Hit It First." Of course, it's creepy, has a Kim Kardashian lookalike, and Ray J soaks in all of those bitter emotions throughout the visuals. We also get to meet Bobby Brackins, a true highlight of our week.

The Great Gatsby soundtrack is available via NPR to stream in full—and most of it really sucks. Especially Beyoncé and André 3000's "Back to Black" cover; even Amy Winehouse's father hated it. But Jay-Z's "100$ Bill" isn't horrible, and he raps about being a Kennedy. 

Sadly, Chris "Mac Daddy" Kelly of Kriss Kross passed this week and Lil Wayne had yet another seizure. It hasn't been the craziest week but then again, Chance the Rapper dropped his highly anticipated mixtape Acid Rap and everyone just couldn't stop talking about it.

And then Kanye West tweeted, and the world stopped spinning. All this and more, in this week's edition of What The Hell Just Happened In Music This Week?

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