After being paid for a job, some creatives still hound for credit. On this episode, Tamara insists payment should be enough while Bayo and Noble feel asking for a tag isn’t too much. The Shady Bunch talk about what they think is fair and how exposure is a key part of social currency.
With the advent of the internet, making connections and friendships is now way easier than it ever was. But as with all things Nigeria, things can get quite tricky. The Shady Bunch takes a look at how young Nigerians are using dating apps to either date or have a good time.
Growing up in a typical Nigerian home comes with many unique experiences. Nigerian Millenials/Gen Z have a lot of shared traumas, experiences, and joy. The Shady bunch relive some of these with their guest Pamilerin.
There's a whole world of difference between Gen Z and Millenials. Music, movies, fashion, and food tastes have and keep evolving. The Shady Gang have an in-depth conversation with associate producer, Preston Kiki.
Tamara, Akah, Noble and Bayo are joined by Ope a popular food critic in Lagos. First dates are a big deal for any relationship that must sail successfully. But first, what are the red flags to look out for?