THE SOUND PODCAST
If you like the Nigerian music and all the stories surrounding it, the sound, a pulse podcast network is just the perfect thing for you.
On the sound, you get to join Joey Akan and Segun Akande as they delve into deep issues in the Nigerian music industry; be it trending issues like MI’s new song “You rappers should fic up your life” or thought-provoking issues like “has Nigerian music advanced since the 60s”
The platform allows for them to share their opinion on these issues all while keeping it interesting with facts.
THE NIGERIAN AMERICAN
Eldee the don, the retired musician according to his Twitter profile has a cool podcast called the “Nigerian American” where he talks about key issues, telling his many stories which convey rare knowledge and challenge conventional wisdom. Its all just tales of the Nigerian American
Being an African American who has had a taste of both worlds, Eldee is able to present these issues and topics from a point of balance; weighing the accounts from both sides.
LOOSE TALK PODCAST
Loose talk podcast hosted by Osagie Alonge, Ayomide Tayo, and Steve Dudu is an adventure into the pop culture, media, events, and a lot more. With catchy topics, they sure do delve into the heart of the Nigerian culture as they discuss.
With over 80 episodes completed and still going, the team has featured some popular names in the entertainment industry bringing a more experiential feel to the contents of the podcasts.
This could maybe pass as the ultimate sports podcast for Nigerians. Hosted by Steve and Nurudeen, the halftime podcast covers major sports issues and discussions both within and outside the country.
Opinion oriented topics like “who is the best manager in the PL” and factually based discussions like how no African player made it to the FIFA Pro world XI are the kinds of things to hope for on this podcast.
THE MINT PODCAST
The Made in Nigeria Tech Podcast aka the MINT podcast with AceKYD and Slim explores the Nigerian tech scene. They present new products, services, communities and technologies. Reviewing the Nigerian life and offering vital information.
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