Daddy Yankee will begin a new 'chapter' after quitting from music.

For religious reasons, Daddy Yankee decided to end his musical career as a reggaeton musician.

On the penultimate day of his farewell tour, La Meta (The Goal), in Puerto Rico, the Gasolina hitmaker announced a "new beginning" to pursue his principles.

"Tonight, I recognize, and I am not ashamed to tell the whole world, that Jesus lives in me, and that I will live for him," he captioned a video of his statement on Instagram.

"For many years, I've tried to fill a void in my life that no one else could. I tried to find a purpose, and while I appeared to be joyful on many occasions, something was missing for me to feel complete," Yankee added.

Despite having everything and several prizes at his disposal, the musician claimed that he struggled to find contentment.

"What good will it be for a man to gain the whole world, yet forfeit his soul?" He read from the Bible in Spanish.

"A chapter has ended, but a new one will begin," he added, adding that he will now go by his birth name, Ramón Ayala.

After decades of success in the music industry, the 46-year-old hitmaker of "Lo Que Pasó, Pasó" wants to use "the tools that I have in my possession such as music, social networks, platforms, a microphone — everything that Jesus gave me — for his kingdom."

       top 5 power couple astrology signs