Spotify’s recent data analysis has unveiled the most popular podcasts in Kenya
|1||It’s Related, I Promise||Sheila Kwamboka, Julia Gaitho, Sharon Machira, Muthoni Muchiri|
|2||Planet Da’wah||Islam Focused Podcast|
|3||So This is Love||Julia Gaitho|
|4||The97s Podcast||Trevor, Frank, Dante|
|5||The Mics Are Open||G Money, Calvin, Neville, Ashley, Andy Young|
|6||Messy In Between||Murugi Munyi, Lydia K|
|7||The Sandwich Podcast||Comedy|
|8||Legally Clueless||Adelle Onyango|
|10||The Podcast with no name||Ndugu Abisai, Eddy Ashioya, Brian Mbanacho|
Taking the top spot is “It’s Related, I Promise,” hosted by radio presenter Sheila Kwamboka, content creator Julia Gaitho, journalist Sharon Machira, and Muthoni Muchiri.
In second place is “Planet Da’wah,” an Islam-focused podcast.
Content Creator Julia Gaitho, previously known for “Over 25,” secures third place with her podcast “So This is Love,”
“The97s Podcast,” hosted by the trio of Trevor, Frank, and Dante known for their candid and comical conversations, secures the fourth position
In fifth place is “The Mics Are Open,” hosted by radio presenters G Money, Calvin, Neville, Ashley, and Andy Young, offering a unique perspective on life.
“Messy In Between,” hosted by content creators Murugi Munyi and Lydia K, occupies the sixth position, engaging in discussions about various aspects of life, including love, money, relationships, and friendships.
“The Sandwich Podcast,” which held the title of the most listened-to podcast in Kenya as of October 2022, is ranked seventh.
“Iko Nini,” hosted by former rapper Mwafreeka, claims the ninth spot, focusing on candid discussions about entertainment and politics.
“Legally Clueless,” hosted by radio presenter Adelle Onyango, secures the eighth position, offering a space for people to embrace not having it all figured out.
Lastly, “The Podcast with no name,” hosted by writers Ndugu Abisai, Eddy Ashioya, and Brian Mbanacho, closes the top ten list.