Lil Wayne says goodbye to Birdman and Cash Money Records on his gospel-esque new track, “Grateful” featuring Gudda Gudda. The Young Money leader calls the song a “new chapter” in his life and from the sounds of it, Weezy is moving on to greener pastures.

Produced by StreetRunner and Rugah Rah, it’s a stirring track with a gospel choir and trap music-inspired productions. The tune also reminds us of Kanye West's abrasive banger, "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1."

On the song, Tunechi calls out Birdman by name and proclaims to have cut all ties from his former label. “And you don’t see Stunna right next to me / And I won’t see Stunna write checks for me,” he proudly raps, adding, "They can’t put no more Weezy Baby out, that’s that Cash Money vasectomy.”

Weezy's song comes after he tweeted that he may retire from rap, much to the dismay of Kendrick Lamar and other rappers.

From this song, we can only gather that Wayne is ready to move forward with his rap career sans his surrogated father Birdman.

Recently, Drake posted on his Instagram page a photo of Wayne and Young Money president Mack Maine wearing OVO gear and posing with the OVO Sound crew. The pic is captioned “The gangs all here” with the hashtag, YMOVO and the numbers 504.

Is Lil Wayne bringing Young Money to Drake's OVO Sound? If so, it's a major power move.

Listen to Lil Wayne's track below. If you really love the song, you can stream it exclusively on TIDAL.

Listen to Lil Wayne's Song "Grateful" Feat. Gudda Gudda