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LIL PUMP STAYS WITH THE BUNNY; CORSON'S PUMPED

It's official: After a spirited contest, Lil Pump is staying with Warner Bros. The deal, said to be valued at $8m, covers two albums, the second of which is believed to be well underway.

WBR Co-Chairman/COO Tom Corson counted his team "thrilled" over the new pact, adding, "We can't wait to unleash Pump's powerful new music on the masses." 

Dooney Battle, who heads Pump management entity Tha Lights Global, praised the 17-year-old rapper's "star power" and predicted more stratospheric success to follow the platinum smash "Gucci Gang" and Pump's self-titled debut album, which dropped last fall and has pumped up some 650k all in, with gigantic streams.

The contest came about after Pump's prior deal wasn't legally certified, a requirement for any pact with a minor.

Corson is currently getting some gnarly tats to celebrate the deal.

Stay tuned for updates.

 

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