N.J. entertainment lawyer helps hip-hop artists take ownership of their music – NJ.com
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N.J. entertainment lawyer helps hip-hop artists take ownership of their music – NJ.com

Portrait of attorney Karl Fowlkes founder of the Fowlkes Firm in Newark, N.J., on Friday, Oct. 28, 2022.Tyrone Z. McCants | For NJ Advan
Karl Fowlkes said he always loved music, but while growing up in South Jersey, he noticed that most hip-hop artists didn’t own their music.
So, after becoming an entertainment lawyer in 2018, he set out to help change that.
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