Fun Nigerian Podcasts That You Should Tune Into………Without a Nedu, of course.
If you are reading this, you are not too late to find chilled and feel-good podcasts. We are here to let you know that it’s okay to run from the chaos set by Nedu, and Caramel Plug on their respective podcasts. While the former has experience in setting the internet on fire with his takes, the latter is new and feeling the heat alongside her co-hosts.
We’ve got something fresh for you , stay with us. First on our list is ***Drumrolls****
I Said What I Said Podcast
ISWIS hosted by the ever-alluring Jola Ayeye and Feyikemi Abudu (FK Abudu), the best cohosts to ace it on the streets and in front of the mic. ISWIS has managed to take listeners into actual scenes of discussions not just because of the flow of conversation but because of how relatable the contents and experiences are. It’s easily one of the top podcasts in Nigeria and its influence on the podcast culture is remarkable. For each episode, the host brings on a guest either from a different industry, a public figure, or a friend, and they share their thoughts on different topics ranging from societal issues to epic experiences, movie premieres, music, and more. The podcast is available on streaming platforms like Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Apple with over 150 episodes and counting, you could listen for hoursss fam..
Tea With Tay
Tea With Tay? Rhymes right, Taymesan has managed to keep us updated from his frequent cup of tea rants on our Instagram feed years back, to be sponsored by major brands like Lipton Tea to sit in front of a mic and have his friends and known celebrities (known because we really have unknown celebrities in this Nigeria) come over for a little chat. Some of these little chats may or maybe not have set the internet and instablog on fire. Tay has always been non-problematic but for his guests, we can’t really say.
One thing Tay does is get the horse on the hot sit and we hear it from the horse’s mouth in 4K. From the sitdown with KokobyKhloe post-BBL to the Yhemo Lee Lagos nightlife earnings saga, this Warri boy in transit is serving it in cups and we are gulping. If you want all the sweet gist of what’s happening in your elite circle in Lagos, believe us when we say Taymesan got it. This is one fun Nigerian podcasts that you should tune into. The podcast is available on Apple, Spotify, and Youtube. You can listen to Tea with Tay via this link.
From a journalist at Pulse Tv to several published articles, Joey Akan has managed to switch to the podcast scene. He is a recognized A&R and Comms consultant. With a weekly newsletter consistently out to impact subscribers on appreciating afrobeats. Joey has made a name for himself as a music executive. From newsletter to the mic, Afrobeats Intelligence podcast is one of its kind.
Joey sits down with music heads like Don Jazzy, artists, publishers, and creators in the music space. Aside from his very strong opinions on music topics, he has gathered clout and fans online as a Wizkid Fc until he was finally done with and exposed himself as a FC imposter in 2022. His podcast is a platform for guest to share not just their experience in the Nigerian music space but also to inspire newcomers who are trying to find their way around the industry. As we all know, Lagos is at forefront of the industry and Joey has tales to share. So if you need a podcast that largely focuses on music, this is your go-to…
The Anything And Everything Podcast
This podcast is literally about anything, I mean how can you tell two Benin city men to focus on one thing? LOL. Eseosa and Maye are two friends from high school who have journeyed into adulthood by each other side. From their fun TL on Twitter, you know you’re in for a ride with their voices on. They talk about navigating the dating pool in Benin city and Lagos, handling difficulties and stress, and navigating Uni. You can listen on apple here
Ezii Like Sunday Morning
With 4.7 ratings, Ezinne Zara is acing the podcast scene already and we love it for her. Her voice is like honey and her guests come through like milk. It’s mostly the honesty in the conversations on this podcast that has us rooting for it. For people finding their path, this podcast will prove to be calm in your storm. Sometimes Ezinne talks alone, which is perfectly okay. Other times she brings guests over, people from different communities on their path to navigating through life. According to her, the purpose of this is to share a new perspective in everyday conversations. She’s had guests like Ifeoma Nwobu, and creative Salem King over discussing communities, branding, social media, and creating a start-up. It’s available on Apple Podcasts.
Fun Nigerian Podcasts That You Should Tune Into Bonus…
Literally Let’s Talk About It
A major shoutout goes to a friend of the brand Perez Atigbi. Big congratulations on the start of your new podcast Literally let’s talk about it. You’ve always wanted to do this for years and your first episode “Everybody Just Dey Lie” is kicking it. Perez talks about the lows and highs of transitioning into Adulthood fully with friends and acquaintances. Listen and share here
Sure there are a lot of amazing podcasts out there. These are the Fun Nigerian Podcasts That You Should Tune Into, thanks to our recommendation.
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