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New clothing line and studio album from rapper

A rapper is looking to get interest in his new clothing line as he prepares to release his second album.

Trevor Lau has launched his Triple Oh Crew clothing range alongside his new album release
Trevor Lau has launched his Triple Oh Crew clothing range alongside his new album release

Trevor Yau has been working with the sound crew at Wolverhampton's Beatsabar Music Project to record the follow up to his debut album Documentary on Section Three, having met the crew when he lived in the city about three years ago.

Mr Yau, who currently lives in Abergavenny in Wales, is also looking to release his own clothing line, called Triple Oh Crew.

He said: "It's the same sort of clothing line as G Unit or Rockerfeller or Wu Tang Clan and is influenced by hip hop and made into a clothing line, wearing the same sort of thing that ODB once wore.

"It'll be T-shirts, tops, hoodies and anything else that people want and it's great to be able to take something I do for a hobby and make it a business."

For Mr Lau, the road to having his own clothing label and rapping career has been a long one, having struggled with a mental health condition for years.


He is currently in rehabilitation in Abergavenny and said that he felt that recording music had helped him to cope with his own situation and help others.

He said: "Just keeping the hobby up is great and despite everything that has happened, I've felt they can't crush my dream or my spirits or keep me from being successful.

"I've kept on with it and I'm recording new material for the next album, which I might call The Asylum, and which is being recorded at Beatsabar in Wolverhampton.

"I've been recording at home and then sending it to them to mix and produce, which is great and really keeps me going as they understand my work and help me with my mental health.

"I've also got rap crews at the different rehabilitation homes, which I started after they heard me rapping and I invited them to join me and I now help them to rap and make videos."

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