5 African Podcasts that Will Get You Addicted in No Time

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Podcasts are still very much the real deal especially when you only need something to listen to while you do something else like drive, cook, or simply scroll through Twitter.

Here, we have compiled some African podcasts that have our attention and will definitely keep you hooked.

I Said What I Said Podcast

As Millennials living in Lagos, Feyikemi ‘Fk’ Abudu and Jola ‘Jollz’ Ayeye, the hosts of ‘I Said What I Said’ podcast talk about navigating through life, relatable experiences and life as Lagosians. Most episodes are fun, genuine and meaningful while other episodes just might make you cry. In all, it has a great replay value and definitely addictive. 

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How Far? With Mr Eazi and Temi Otedola

Mr Eazi and Temi Otedola started their first podcast in November 2020. This podcast covers everything life, love, relationships and entertainment. Their conversations most of the time surround their backgrounds, interests and careers. They also give honest details about their love life and how they steer the wheels of their relationship. 

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African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup is a media, entrepreneurship and technology related podcast produced in South Africa. This podcast gives weekly tech news surrounding the African continent in a witty and informative way. It has high quality and steady production with a large fan base across the continent. It represents Africa’s interests in technology on the world stage. It’s host is Adinle Masuku. 

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Not Your African Cliché 

This podcast is hosted by four Nigerian women with similar engrossing opinions about Africa. They give their takes on culture, music, books, fashion, entrepreneurship and African stories. It is a soothing podcast that awakens the mind of a listener. 

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The Chicken & Jollof Rice Show

The four hosts of the Chicken and Jollof Rice Show are African Americans who discuss pop culture, and social justice problems in Africa and the United States. They speak on pressing cultural issues and cultural representation in different fields of art. 

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