A rapper, Jayden O’Neill-Crichlow has been offered a £150,000 recording contract while in prison awaiting trial.

According to Evening Standard, the teenager who is also a drill rapper was jailed for life for murdering a rival in a gangland attack.

Jayden O’Neill, 17, was part of a group armed with a sword, knives and a gun that hunted down Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck “like a pack of animals” in Wood Green.

On his skills and feat in music, Jayden O’Neill also raps as SJ and has millions of YouTube views.

As at the time the event occurred, the 19-year-old victim, a father-of-one, was stabbed as he sought refuge in the hairdressers.

It can also be recalled that, his friend Jason Fraser, 20, survived from eight stabbings and shot in the buttock.

A couple of them were all jailed for life at the Old Bailey on Monday. They are: O’Neill-Crichlow, a former youth footballer, and four other gang members — Sheareem Cookhorn, 21, Tyrell Graham, 18, and 17-year-olds Shane Lyons and Ojay Hamilton

According to sources, the trial heard that O’Neill-Crichlow was offered the contract after being arrested on May 16 last year over the February 22 murder.

It was also revealed that he is a leading member of drill rap group the OFB collective.