Leron Rogers on Helping Artists Become Moguls, Entertainment Law, and Representing Rick Ross

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Entertainment attorney Leron Rogers, a partner at Fox Rothschild, came on the pod to talk about rising up the ranks as a lawyer. He has represented Kanye West, Rick Ross, Monique, Migos, Steve Harvey, and the Miami Marlins. His goal is to help artists build their business like a Fortune 500 company. They should establish a board of directors. That message is definitely easier with some artists than others!

We also talk about Rick Ross and 50 Cent’s beef, artists wanting to own their masters, and advice he gives to up and coming industry execs.

If you want to hear all the hats that music industry attorneys wear, this is the episode for you.

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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co

Guest: Leron Rogers, @leronrogers, foxrothschild.com/leron-e-rogers

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