To thank fans for making his seventh album, 'Anomaly,' No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, rapper Lecrae releases 'Non-Fiction,' a new track that doesn't appear on the LP.

On the song, the spiritual wordsmith drops straight facts about his rise in the rap game. From his early days rapping in the 'hood to releasing his first independent album, he recalls his ups and downs.

"I didn't want to blow up / I just want to give them Jesus / And starting up Reach Records is I what I needed," he raps, adding, "But I did it and I was on a mission / And little by little a couple of them would get it / Was rapping in the 'hood and folks broke down cryin' / That's when I knew this was bigger than me, bigger than rhymin'."

Along with the song, Lecrae left a message for his supporters. He writes

Unashamed Fam,

We asked you to make history with us and that's exactly what happened. Lecrae's album Anomaly hit #1 on the Billboard charts!

We want to celebrate this milestone with 116 everywhere across the world. You have been a part of the journey God has taken all of us on from the early days until now. Thank you for all the support.

Below is a song called 'Non-Fiction' where Lecrae reflects on his journey. It's our gift to you. We are excited about the days ahead and glad to share this moment with you."

You can download the track here.

Listen to Lecrae's 'Non-Fiction'