A podcast at the intersection of education and entertainment
TheSNCPodcast is a show helping people better understand the intriguing world of music, arts, and entertainment through insightful discussions with African artists, creatives, lawyers, executives, and entrepreneurs.
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TheSNCPodcast is the brainchild of Folashade Anozie. While working as a music executive at X3M Music, Folashade had various discussions with the unsung heroes of the Nigerian music industry – the music producers and songwriters – about their creative process, copyright issues, financial challenges, and lack of recognition. The conversations helped her understand their needs and she started thinking of impactful ways to help.
After moving back to the United States to start law school, Folashade continued to strategise on how she could make a difference. Eventually, she leaned in to her superpower – communication and education.
In her final year of law school, she created TheSNCPodcast, a platform focused on spotlighting Nigerian music creatives behind the scenes and giving them the opportunity to discuss their work.
The culmination of her initial conversations and experience in law school ultimately led her to expand her effort to include African creatives, entrepreneurs, and executives in the music, arts, and entertainment industries.
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Meet Your Host
Folashade Anozie is a podcast host, brand and communications strategist, lawyer, and A&R. She is passionate about the creative process and business of music, arts and entertainment. This passion led to the development of ‘TheSNCPodcast‘.
Before developing the podcast, Folashade worked as a radio host (Top Radio – 90.9FM), advertising personnel (X3M Ideas), artist manager and A&R for X3M Music.
She has equally contributed in numerous facets as a music editor/critic and op-ed writer for 360nobs, Jaguda, Bellanaija, Olamildentertainment and the now-defunct Nigerianhiphop.net.
She holds a JD from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and a BA degree in Psychology and Women Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles.