Lil Pump is newly independent, and if anyone wants to sign him, they're going to have to make a generous offer. The Miami rapper's Warner Bros. contract was recently voided, with Pump able to slip out of his deal due to signing as a minor (he's currently 17). When a TMZ cameraman caught up with him in New York, Pump claimed he was looking for at least $15 million to sign another deal.

"New deals on the way, bitch!" he said. "If you ain't got 15 [million], don't talk to me, bitch! I don't want no meetings unless you talkin' 15 and up!"

Pump is said to have received a nearly $350,000 advance on his original Warner contract, but with the platinum-selling, top 3 Billboard hit "Gucci Gang" under his belt, he's looking for a much bigger payday for his next venture. The initial report from Hits Daily Double stated that Pump's team was looking for $8 million per album, while he'd been getting offers that sat in the $3-4 million per album range.

Both Gucci Mane and DJ Khaled have expressed interest in signing Pump. However, the rapper did not share any specifics as to who's approached him. "I've talked to a lot of people," he said.

In 2017, Pump released his self-titled debut project, which launched at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. It sold 46,000 equivalent album units in its first week.

Though he's a relatively new artist, Pump is already a fairly recognized name in pop culture. Earlier this month, his hit, "Gucci Gang," was parodied in an SNL skit with Pete Davidson and Sam Rockwell.