Drake's official fan site, allthings-fresh.net, is officially shutting down.

Karla "hustlegrl" Moy, founder of the site, posted the announcement on Monday (November 28), along with a thank you to all of the site's visitors for supporting their efforts throughout the years.

“Thank you for visiting All Things Fresh during these past years and throughout this musical journey,” the message read. “For that, you will forever be in our debt. You’re all appreciated, for real.”

“I'm on the verge of starting a new chapter in my life so it was simply time for me to move on and explore other opportunities,” Moy tells xxlmag.com. “ATF is still a part of me and I am so thankful for it.”

The site launched in 2007, before Drake’s rise to stardom and has since continuously supported the Young Money MC, hosting content related to his career and exclusive material.

Drake has rapped "ATF" in songs, which was the vision of hometown several friends, including Moy, and Houston’s Jas Prince.

Moy, who also helped launch Lil Wayne and Funkmaster Flex’s websites with Karen Civil, is currently working on two new projects (Ro Ransom and JMSN) and will continue to do design. Drake, who appeared in Oakland to shoot a video for “The Motto,” an iTunes bonus track from his recent Take Care release, has yet to comment on the site closing.—Jayson Rodriguez