Lil Pump caught a big break when his record contract with Tha Lights Global, which is an imprint Warner Bros Records, was voided because he was underage when he agreed to it.
That deal — which was signed before "Gucci Gang" blew up — would have paid him around $500,000 an album in advances.
Pump and his team are now seeking a new deal that will pay $8 million an album.
According to Hits Daily Double, most suitors are putting the value a deal with Pump more in the $3-4m per album range.
Among those suiters is Gucci Mane. Yesterday, Gucci pitched Pump on his label 1017 by saying the 17-year old could "name his price."
Something tells us that if he "named" $8 million an album Gucci would suddenly go ghost.