Joyner Lucas is a free agent.

The Worcester, Mass. lyricist is currently taking the indie route and announced the news to fans via Twitter on Sunday (Dec. 23). Posting a photo of himself somewhat smiling, the "I'm Not a Racist" rapper spelled out his current vibe.

"The face of a 2x Grammy nominated, platinum selling, stress free rich nigga," he started. "Did I forget to say I’m now 100% Independant?. which means im no longer signed to ATLANTIC 🙏🏽 great record label and great people so it’s always love. I just wanted to be back on my Independant wave ❤️."

The split comes two years after the rapper first inked a deal with the label in September 2016. At the time he was ecstatic about being a part of a major label.

"Do you know how long it took for me to get here? This shit, you don’t understand," he said. "I been at this shit since I was a motherfuckin' kid. This shit mean I’m officially a fuckin millionaire."

During his time on the imprint he released the 508-507-2209 album. He also earned two 2019 Grammy nominations for Best Music Video for his visual for "I'm Not a Racist" and Best Rap Song for his featuring role on the Eminem track "Lucky You."

Joyner has new stuff coming down the pike. He is currently prepping his ADHD album and working on a joint project with Chris Brown.

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