DJ Khaled stopped by Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club today (May 11) to debut his new single, “How Many Times,” featuring Big Sean, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne.

The We The Best head honcho also dished on what he thinks about the Cash Money controversy between Wayne and Birdman and revealed he is no longer a part of the imprint.

“First of all, those two guys, that’s family to me,” DJ Khaled says. “That’s family. Lil Wayne is my brother. Birdman that’s family. It’s not my business. I pray for greatness. Those two people know who I am. I feel like people who comment, it’s not their business. I pray for the best and I pray for the best for the culture alone because they’re so successful.”

When asked about his alliance to Cash Money Records, Khaled revealed that he’s been “off” the label “for a minute.”

“I’m with We the Best,” Khaled says. “I promote them everyday. I’m not signed to Cash Money at all… Lil Wayne and Birdman, that’s family to me. The world know that.”

Watch the full interview below:

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