It was in late last year when news surfaced that Lil Pump was voiding his contract with Warner Bros. In the case, lawyers for Pump argued that he was a minor when the contract was signed, therefore terms of their original agreement were null and void because it was never certified by the court.
After yielding offers from the likes of DJ Khaled (We The Best) and Gucci Mane (1017 Eskimo Records), as well as other labels for his musical talents, Pump has returned to the label he once called home thanks to an $8 million dollar deal with the company.
His self-titled album as well as royalty rights and provisions are included in the new deal.
Pump is preparing for the release of his Harvard Dropout project this year and with more financial backing as well as Warner Bros. on his side again, things are looking up for the Floridian.
UPDATE: Pump took to Instagram to clear up some of the details about the new deal. In the clip, he says this deal is only for one album and professes that him and Migos run the culture right now.