While Justin Bieber’s moves on the music side of things have been pretty quiet with the vocalist popping up every now and then to hop on record-shattering hits, it looks like the Grammy-award winning singer will be looking to direct his energy into newer ventures as new reports indicate that he and his team recently filed legal documents to secure a few trademarks stemming from his middle name Drew.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, Biebs filed  on February 16th for three different entities: “The House of Drew,” “La Maison Drew,” and “Drew.” All three trademark filings are listed for the intentions of selling “clothing and wearing apparel” that could possibly entail a line of shirts, jackets, swimsuits, children’s clothing, and undergarments.

JB also reportedly filed for the “Drew” trademark twice before this instance—once in 2012 and again in 2015. However, both times, the application was abandoned. Given the crooner’s rebirth of sorts, he’ll likely have a better chance of sticking to the plan this time around.

While he hasn’t been in the booth much, Justin Bieber is still on the trend of major releases as producer Poo Bear revealed that he has an upcoming track featuring Justin Bieber and Jay Electronica set to appear on his forthcoming project, slated for release this month. It’s a pretty unexpected drop, but so was Bieber reciting a verse in Spanish on “Despacito,” so who really knows what we’re getting ourselves into here?