The Daily Grind Video

Lil Wayne signed Drake years ago, but his signee has been making his way to the top of the charts in hits and even sale counts. With his success, it turns out that Weezy had to do a lot of convincing to get him to take the route that he did. He told ESPN radio in an interview, “I was the one to tell him, ‘Don’t change anything.’ Don’t think ’cause you’re coming over here over by me that you gotta rap about the things I rap about.” [HipHopDX]

Tamar Braxton announced her upcoming album, Calling All Lovers, recently, and now she’s debuted one of the tracks off the project. The Love And War singer belted out the lyrics to her new track “King,” and opted out of performing her latest track “Catfish.” [Rap-Up]

A$AP Rocky already dropped his highly-anticipated sophomore album this summer, and now he’s about to collaborate with Danger Mouse for another project. On Pharrell’s OTHERtone Beats 1 radio show this week, the Harlem native revealed details on the upcoming album. [HipHopDX]

Steve Harvey and his wife might keep things pretty professional most of  the time, but the two like to still goof around when the time is right. The talk show host and his leading lady busted out the nae nae and whip during Steve’s show this week, and it was epic. [Baller Alert]

Rising artist Paradise surprised fans earlier today by dropping not one, but two tracks for his #914ever series. The Yonkers MC first released “Cautious” at 9:14 AM this morning, and upped the ante with “City On” at 9:14 PM this evening. [Twitter]