My BRMC February 2018 Experience…

This was the most mature class encountered yet, but I believe there are no age limits to pursuing a career in broadcasting. In fact, there’s always a demographic void or programme category that needs to be filled at one point or the other. And for some of them, taking advantage of New Age broadcast skills could improve their other businesses.
I talked about the benefits of podcasting.
In my hour long ramble, I highlighted the limitless possibilities available when it came to choosing a topic or area of podcasting interest. I mentioned a podcast dedicated to dog owners, not the type of show you would find on regular radio. I shared with an enthusiastic class, though without props sake of say my equipment no folo me come… but with enough body language and dramatization, that each and every one them could develop and share an engaging, interesting podcast. And they would find an audience.
Afterwards, I was approached by a few of them who wanted to know if they could expand their ideas. One had a successful sport betting tip gig running on Whatsapp. He wondered if he could expand it into a podcast. Why not?
Another had been sharing via blogs and social media, encouraging tidbits for Nigerian Startups. Can he turn it into a podcast? Again, why not?
To encourage every bit of action towards achieving a podcast dream, I mentioned that even without the heavy machinery [studio tools], a decent enough smart phone could be useful. There are apps available on the various app stores and even a podcast company has taken steps to make the experience wholesome from recording to editing and then sharing on social media.
So, do you have a great idea for a podcast? Can you do consistent research into the topics you will discuss or the people you want to talk about? Are you patient and persistent? Here are a few resource tools that can aid your podcast dream:
Best Podcast Equipment (For Beginners & Pros) 2018
8 Major Podcast Predictions for 2018
Top Podcasting Blogs & Websites (2017 Edition)

The Biggest Tree by iBoro (PayBac), a new genre of music dedicated to the depressed West African kids.

Hanson iBoro Caleb, also known as paybac is an Afro Hip-Hop/world music artiste from Lagos, Nigeria. He has released 3 collaborative projects, “The Broken Speaker Symphony”(2014) and “The Other Side Of The Radio”(2015) with producer Charlie X as well as “Face Off” under the collective “The lost and Found” with boogey and Charlie X(2016).  He also put out a solo mixtape in 2014 “The IBoro Tape”.
The Biggest Tree is his debut album. The genre bending body of work has been heralded with creating a new sound and genre. The Biggest Tree is an ode to the millions of depressed west african kids that are overlooked while their mental illness is attributed to superstitious beliefs and religious short comings. The project was produced by a host of producers namely Tibi Tom (SA), black intelligence, SynX, Og, Bobby Combz, 3rty, Tizzy tunes, EINSTEINMADSCIENTIST and Carthasis and was engineered for the most part by ChX.
Iboro(paybac) has a wide range of influences ranging from the Beatles to lil uzi vert and this has given his music a theme centered approach while still allowing him get lost in whatever vibes may be present. You can find him through his contact info below.

Download The Biggest Tree Zip for 500

Or Listen on soundcloud

Or on iBoro (PayBac)s website

Twitter : talktopaybac
Instagram : lookatpaybac
Soundcloud : listentopaybac
Email :


He’s The Self Proclaimed Smartest Mouth In The South, One Of A Few Radio Personalities In Nigeria, With An Actual Personality. He’s Loved And Hated In Equal Measure; And Is Unapologetically Agnostic. He Shares His Perspectives On Humans, God, The Radio Life And More. Lokal FM Meets KSHOW THE MAESTRO!



“My music” says Bem Sar “is like riding a horse that is swimming in the ocean.”
Bem has had a diverse musical career spanning over two decades. With a wide range of influences, from Stevie Wonder, Prince, and Fred Hammond to alternative artists like John butler, Jon Gomm and Pierre Bensusan, Bem has become known for his audacious blend of alternative rock with RnB, jazz and gospel.
Bem began reaching a whole new audience performing at festivals, establishing himself as a serious music manager and lending his voice to causes bordering on social security.
His brand new EP project, “CHRONICLES OF THE IMITRAITOR”, was born out of efforts to address the ongoing genocide and mayhem by herdsmen invasions in various communities across Nigeria. This work marks a significant transition in his musical journey. The EP is released on his online store, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and others.
WATCH: The video for “Hey Jah”,
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Currently, Bem Sar is the A&R Manager for Mad Dragon Entertainment, a record label operating in and out of Benue, Nigeria.
Instagram – @bem_sar1
Facebook –
Twitter – @bemsar
Phone – +2348055482309
Description of the EP:
“CHRONICLES OF THE IMITRAITOR ” is a spiritual address to the unbridled killings and destruction by Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria, considered to be the fourth largest terrorist group in the world.
The predominantly guitar driven tracks portray the desperate plight of Internally Displaced Persons and their various hopes and dreams.


Kaycee is a handful!

Took a lot of cajoling to get him on the podcast and when he came through he didn’t disappointment.

He remains one of the most honest and blunt voices on social media in matters of artiste management and more. His grating sense of humour is expressed in our fun conversation.


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He is the Editor-in-Chief of leading New Media Publisher,

He co-hosts the popular podcast series, The Loosetalk Podcast and describes himself as a Pop Culture Enthusiast.

Our conversations covered Naija Pop Culture and the On-Air-Bot syndrome among other things.

Enjoy as Lokal FM Meets Osagz!

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