An application submitted under Sallie Smith LLC, a company registered to Offset, on August 2, was filed by Cardi B and Offset to trademark their daughter’s name. Kulture’s name is to be trademarked for merchandising clothing, footwear and accessories.

It’s unclear if the hip-hop couple has any immediate plans to release a Kulture clothing line, or if they’re simply setting up their first born’s future success.

The potential trademark would also cover the use of Kulture’s name in musical recordings, motion pictures, and novelty items, as well as “online video games, dance events by a recording artist, and fan clubs.” So, if the newborn decides to follow in her parents’ footsteps, she’ll have her bases covered.

Cardi gave birth to Kulture on July 10, months after she and Offset secretly got married. Shortly after they welcomed their baby girl, Cardi announced she was backing out of Bruno Mar’s 24K Magic Tour. The Invasion of Privacy rapper was expected to appear on the tour’s North American leg, which kicks off next month, but decided she needed more time to recover.