Meek Mill is making boss moves.

The Philadelphia rapper and criminal-justice-reform advocate has become a co-owner in Lids after investing in North America’s largest retail seller of hats and licensed sports products. As part of his venture into corporate ownership, he will also lead the retailer’s creative strategy by releasing a limited-edition line of hats in August.

The opportunity was presented to Meek by his friend Michael Rubin, the co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers, who is also the co-founder of Meek’s REFORM Alliance for criminal justice reform.

“This is my boss year. A lot of what I’m doing, I’m trying to get ownership in a lot of things to where I can still live comfortable the way I was living in my prime years as a rapper,” the 32-year-old MC told Business Insider. “I’m just trying to build a foundation of some good businesses that’ll keep me living good.”