Podcasts are one of the best forms of entertainment. It’s like listening to the radio but online and without all the licenses, so people have freedom and control over what they create/post. Here are some interesting Nigerian podcasts to listen to.
Nigerian American is Lanre Dabiri’s podcast about society and culture. It was launched in August 2017. eLDee is a Nigerian-American musician/producer/entrepreneur. He is credited as an early pioneer of the now global Afrobeats music genre and an innovator.
In this podcast, eLDee tells personal stories and dramatized illustrations of personal life lessons using examples from his experiences living in Nigeria and America. eLDee’s experience as a successful music producer and performer gives the listener a rare and truly unique listening experience. The storytelling has been described by critics as truly engaging and highly captivating.
His podcast topics include stories around social issues, human philosophy, behavioral sciences and various contrasting perspectives around modern pop culture.
The Young God Pod
Rodney Omeokachie curates ideas, stories, and conversations that explore the creative mindset that separate high-quality individuals from everyone else. It challenges both the host and listeners to explore new ways of thinking about their personal development aspirations and the ways they wish to impact the world.
The best version of ourselves is only a mindset away and Rodney delivers the message in his unique style. Deep thoughts, big questions with an unexpected dose of pop culture, history, and dopeness. It is a podcast for gods.
It is co-hosted by Gp (who is single and always ready to mingle) and Asari (a newlywed who was never a player she just crushed a lot). Each week, they playfully discuss the highs and lows of dating, relationships, and life in Lagos.
The Northorious Pod
The Northorious pod was created by some innovative minds from Northern Nigeria with the sole aim f showcasing the region’s talent. Demystifying stereotypical notions and misconceptions held about the region and its people, as well as reasserting what has been left out of mainstream discourses. In a sentence, it is meant to put the region on the radar of both contemporary pulses and thought.
The Chatterbox Podcast
It is a podcast that will be your go-to for all things culture, music, and entertainment! It’s hosted by Oyinola and Ayowande. They talk about any and everything.