Offset is making major moves outside of his rap career with the group Migos.

The “Clout” rapper recently signed with United Talent Agency (UTA) for worldwide presentation in all areas, according to Billboard.

Offset has dominated the rap game with Migos. The group’s album CULTURE debuted at No. 1. Its follow-up album, CULTURE II, also debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. In the album’s first week, it garnered over 225.6 million streams in its first week.

In his solo career, Offset’s Father of 4 album has been certified gold. He was also nominated for a Grammy award this year for Best Rap Performance for “Clout,” his collaboration with his wife Cardi B.

He recently guest starred on an episode of CBS’ “NCIS: Los Angeles.” The episode titled “Alsiyadun” aired on Sunday (Mar. 1) at 9 pm ET.

According to the press release, Offset played a character named Kadri Kashan Khan, who was “an undercover CIA Officer working for years in the Sinai Peninsula to embed himself with the local tribes by smuggling contraband so that he can monitor terrorists and weapons movements in that region.”

Not only did Offset show off his acting chops, he also premiered new music during the show as well. His new song “Danger” made its world premiere during the episode.

He is also making moves in the fashion industry.

He recently debuted his first capsule collection during Paris Fashion Week. Alongside Chaz A. Jordan and Omar Johnson, Offset presented his new designs for LAUNDERED WORKS CORP’s fall and winter 2020 menswear collection.

The collection included a mixture of “luxury streetwear” such as hoodies, sweatshirts, T-shirts, and flannels. The line also carried more upscale clothing such as bomber jackets and two-piece suits.

“Designing my own clothes has been a fulfilling experience to express my love for fashion,” the rapper shared. “My collection represents success from scratch, meaning starting from poverty was part of my path to luxury. Never forget where you came from.”