Today (Oct. 24) marks Drake‘s 37th birthday. On Monday (Oct. 23), the Toronto star chilled with friends at Casadonna in Miami. Making the festivities extra unique, “Breaking Bad” stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul were the night’s bartenders, much to everyone’s amazement. In a video shared by TMZ, the actors wore floral shirts and helped to keep the entertainment at a maximum.

As REVOLT previously reported, Drake collaborated with Dave’s Hot Chicken to give fans free sandwiches as part of his big celebration. The offer — which is valid in both the United States and Canada — is only available until close of business today.

Drake wasn’t the only one who enjoyed a recent trip around the sun within his family. His son, Adonis, turned 6 earlier this month and — with his dad’s help — created “My Man Freestyle,” the first song of his career. The short track ended up on the chart-topping album For All The Dogs and was accompanied by a matching visual that saw him enjoying a day of basketball with his friends at Drake’s sprawling mansion.

In addition to obtaining another No. 1 on the Billboard 200, the OVO frontman’s latest single with J. Cole, “First Person Shooter,” topped the Hot 100 chart, which effectively tied him for the most No. 1s with late pop legend Michael Jackson. The track, which was produced by Coleman, Vinylz, Tay Keith, Boi-1da, FNZ, and OZ, further solidified both artists’ stance as rap’s current frontrunners.

“Big as the Super Bowl, but the difference is it’s just two guys playin’ s**t that they did in the studio, n**gas usually send they verses back to me and they be terrible, just like a 2-year-old, I love a dinner with some fine women when they start debatin’ about who the GOAT,” Drake rapped on the supercharged effort.