By Mariya Moseley
February 21, 2017 03:47 PM
INGLEWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 05: Singer Chance the Rapper performs onstage during the 92.3 Real Show at The Forum on November 5, 2016 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Scott Dudelson/FilmMagic,)

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It’s already been a major year for Chance The Rapper, who recently snagged three Grammy Awards including Best New Artist and Best Rap Album.

As sources told The New York Post, Chance has turned down offers to sign him that are worth up to $10 million.

“Every label is still trying to get him. He’s making too much on his own…He was turning down $5 million advances before, and now it’s like $10 million,” the source told reporters.

During the Chicago MC’s acceptance speech at the 59th Grammy Awards, he said, “I know that people think independence means you do it by yourself but independence means freedom. I do it with these folks right here.” His 26-year-old manager, Patrick Corcoran, stood alongside him on stage during the annual ceremony.

His streaming-only album, The Coloring Book has been described by Pitchfork in a review as “one of the strongest rap albums released this year, and is destined to be on year-end lists aplenty.”