With the Coronavirus affecting major aspects of the entertainment industry, particularly the live sector, there's a steady glut of music and content being released by the second.

This new entertainment landscape makes it challenging for artists and creatives alike to stay relevant.

But Blaqbonez, a Nigerian rapper, seems to understand how to market and thrive in this new normal. We spoke to him to get some insights.

We couldn't fit all Oliver Enwonwu said into one episode.

So here's a bonus excerpt of him discussing the need for visual artists to be strategic when deciding to merchandise their work.

What's the state of visual arts and artists in Nigeria? What impact does forgery have on an artist's work? How does art valuation work?

Listen to Folashade Anozie speak with Oliver Enwonwu, a respected visual artist, brand strategist, and art administrator based in Lagos, Nigeria about all these and more.

What's the state of visual arts and artists in Nigeria? What impact does forgery have on an artist's work? How does art valuation work?

Listen to Folashade Anozie speak with Oliver Enwonwu, a respected visual artist, brand strategist, and art administrator based in Lagos, Nigeria about all these and more.

How should we approach advertising, marketing, and social media in a COVID-19 world?

Folashade Anozie spoke to Steve Babaeko, CEO of X3M Ideas, and he shared some insights and valuable tips for Nigerian ad agencies, creatives, musicians, and influencers.

Otunba Dayo Adeneye is our 3rd guest of the year. He is a broadcaster, investor, music executive, politician, and entertainment consultant.

Alongside Kenny Ogungbe, Dayo Adeneye was instrumental in transforming the face of radio and TV in Nigeria. He also contributed immense value to the Nigerian music and entertainment industry at large.

Our conversation with him covered his journey into politics, the Grammys, artist and label disputes, and lots more. 

Otunba Dayo Adeneye is our 3rd guest of the year. He is a broadcaster, investor, music executive, politician, and entertainment consultant.

Alongside Kenny Ogungbe, Dayo Adeneye was instrumental in transforming the face of radio and TV in Nigeria. He also contributed immense value to the Nigerian music and entertainment industry at large.

Our conversation with him covered his journey into politics, the Grammys, artist and label disputes, and lots more. 

March 3, 2020

Timzil: A go-getter!

Our 2nd episode of the year is with budding singer-songwriter, Timilehin Adeniyi who is better known as Timzil. Timzil's genre of music is R&B/Soul and he has been writing professionally for the past 6 years.

Our conversation with him covered his AMVCA nomination for Best Soundtrack in a movie/series, the need for upcoming artists to pay attention to his mental health, and the Nigerian music producer that he would kill to work with.

Our first guest of 2020 is Chief(Dr.) Oladele Fajemirokun. Chief Fajemirokun is a Nigerian businessman, investor, and venture capitalist. He has more than 42 years of extensive experience in building businesses and creating wealth.

On the 15th of July 2019, he released his book "The Making of Me: My Odyssey in Business", which chronicles his life, his business war stories, and strategies for growing his companies and achieving success.

Our discussion revolved around applying his business principles and philosophies to the Nigerian music industry and life in general.

January 27, 2020

Welcome to Season 4!

Welcome to Season 4!

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