My Noble Opinion: Episode 1 – Timi Dakolo Speaks On Bad Music By Nigerian Artists

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Noble Igwe Unveils Podcast Series “My Noble Opinion”

Popular media personality, Noble Igwe, on Tuesday, May 22, released the first episode of his highly anticipated podcast series titled “My Noble Opinion.”

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Timi dakolo and Noble Igwe

“Yo! My name is my Noble Igwe. Welcome to ‘My Noble Opinion’ podcast focusing on all things related to fashion, lifestyle, and sometimes gist that might occur along the way,” he can be heard talking in the first 30 seconds of the podcast.

“This is not your everyday podcast, this podcast is sure to turn everything inside out…….. Just saying,” the style influencer added.

During the first episode of the podcast, Noble, a blogger and co-founder of 360nobs, discussed “bad music by Nigerian artists” with Timi Dakolo, a multi award-winning singer, who emerged winner of the inaugural season of Idols West Africa in 2007.

Click here or tweet below to listen (via itunes) to the podcast and the drop your feedback:

“In this episode I had a chat with Timi Dakolo as we discussed bad music by Nigerian artists and how they can all do better, trust me you don’t want to miss this.”

Timi Dakolo (in middle) is one of the Judges on The Voice Nigeria
Timi Dakolo (in middle) is one of the Judges on The Voice Nigeria

Mr Dakolo, who is one of the Judges on The Voice Nigeria – a reality talent show, that showcases Nigeria’s strongest undiscovered vocalists – and certainly in a better position to weigh in on this topic, gave his most honest assertion about the current artists in the country’s music industry.

Click here and listen to all Timi said.

Watch the podcast teaser from Mr Igwe below:



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