Lil Pump, real name Gazzy Garcia, has had a wild 2017. His single "Gucci Gang" hit #3 on the Billboard Hot 100, garnered 70 million SoundCloud streams on his other work, "D Rose" and "Boss", and sold 46,000 units of his debut album.

Lil Pump was just 16 when he first signed to Warner Brothers in early 2017, promising to produce 5 albums, with at least 14 tracks per album. He was to receive a $345,000 advance, plus 15% of royalties off his music. Now, that contract has been voided, as it was found that he was underaged while signing, and thus the contract couldn't be confirmed by the court.

Since news of his newfound free agency broke, Lil Pump has reportedly received several high offers from other labels. Rumors suggest that these offers are in the range of $8 to $12 million. No word yet on Lil Pump's next move.

When Warner first signed Lil Pump, the CEO of the label had praised his team, saying, "They're innovative spirits, and they don't take no for an answer. Pump is an incredible artist; he's got fantastic charisma and a huge personality, with lots of talent and no fear."

No comment from Lil Pump or his team on the contract termination has been released.