Meet The Millennials

Meet the Millennials is a brand new podcast from Premier Gospel. Besties, Elaina Boateng and Esther Opoku-Gyeni host their friends and influencers in the Premier Gospel studio to talk millennial matters with special guest presenters Cassandra Lokko and Faith Child.

Expect honest conversation, side-splitting anecdotes and a challenge and/or take away from each show. Studio hangouts are the new motive and you’re invited!

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#IndiaMeetsGhana YouTubers Amit and Michelle Patel join us to talk about the highs, lows, rewards and challenges of millennial parenting.

Parents to their 1 year old son Ezra, and also with a baby girl on the way, they share their parenting journey so far- the fears, preparation, sleep-less nights, raising mixed heritage and Christ-like children, and how parenting has helped them understand God’s love more.
“I called her and said I think my Mum is missing...Friday evening the BBC News comes on and my Mum is amongst the two people confirmed as a family we’re thinking umm that’s my Mama’s picture on the that’s how we officially found wasn’t until the Sunday that the Police came around and confirmed her as dead...”~ Azuma Lebene

They say sex, finances and grief are the least spoken about topics in the church. Yet dealing with the loss of a loved one is almost inevitable for every person. We thought it was important to put the spotlight on grief. Our Guest, Azuma Lebene, lost her mother in the London 7/7 terrorist bomb attacks in 2005, and our very own Esther OG lost her best friend suddenly in 2016. In this episode we speak candidly about their journey through grief. Azuma’s long-time friend Kofi Agyemang shares on how he has learnt to support and comfort Azuma through her grief over the years; comforting others through loss is so sensitive, so we offer our experiences.
Does God have purpose for our sexuality beyond sex? If you never get married should that dimension of you just be dormant? How do we express our sexuality as single or dating Christians practicing abstinence, should we and can we?

Love Limitless Founder, Ify Alexis Lee joins the girls in the studio to discuss, recalling her experiences before she got married in early 2018. Guest Presenter Faith Child shares his abstinence journey as a 29 year old virgin.
All year long we have heard about youth violence on the streets of London; with the death toll for homicides in London now at 121 people, a third of the cases involving victims aged 16-24*, we sat down with the Hope Dealers (of SPAC Nation) to talk about the situation on the streets. Pastor Nathan shares his past life of gangs and violence and the guys share what they think are the root causes and solutions. We allow them to address some of the concerns towards their methods and solutions (gospel drill, balaclavas and flaunting wealth) and get an insight to the work that SPAC Nation is doing to combat youth violence.
Beauty bloggers, Breeny Lee, Lavinya Royes, Adella Afadi and Daisy Boateng kick off Season 2 with a heart-to-heart on Colourism. 2018 is the year the Twitter trolls tracked down all the colourists, bringing to the fore what dark-skinned women won’t tolerate anymore. We talk tweets, everyday examples of colourism, ‘preference’, the beauty standard according to men, why #blackgirlmagic’s legacy is our responsibility and how we uphold our beauty from society’s narrative with what the word of God has to say.
Millennials are known for doing the most, or at least wanting to be seen to be doing the most. You’re not living your best life unless you can provide receipts for every hour of your existence.

For the season finale of #MeetTheMillennials we speak to Rita Balogun about her millennial hustle -CEO of Radiant London, Radiant Events, Actor, Youtuber and Co-creator and host of Cre8 Bible Study. We all chip in on navigating the pressures to conform to doing the most, balancing our various plates, prioritising, being intentional about rest and making time for friends and family, and putting God first in and amongst the busyness.
Fiancés, Krystine Atti and Rian Formon join us in the studio to share what planning a wedding is like for a millennial couple. Is it actually the wedding or the mortgage? We discuss the pressures to have the wedding of the year and how to keep the main thing, the main thing. Guest Presenter, Cassandra Lokko spills the tea on her viral wedding #Lokkedin
The Money Medics trio, walk us through their helpful tips and tricks for saving, investing, cost-cutting and increasing your income, on the road to financial freedom. They are all under the age of 27, homeowners and the gold standard for healthy millennial money management. There’s something useful for everyone in this episode, whether you’re scraping the barrel or flossing like Cardi B, every little helps!
Best friends and bromance duo of life Timi Dorgu & Ayo Afolabi join us in the studio to share some gems about their 12+ year friendship - how they’ve overcome some of their most challenging life moments together, how they’ve been intentional about their friendship through marriage and busyness and how they stay accountable. We share our thoughts on what true friendship looks like.
We talk career journeys so far and finding purpose with our guests Andre Spence (“The Purpose Coach”) and Cassandra Lokko (Singer/Songwriter & Social Influencer). They keep it real on the challenges of figuring out what they wanted to do, job hopping, navigating their careers with God and finding purpose. Andre shares practical steps to help you discover your purpose. A conversation for anyone who,like us, doesn’t have it all together. Let’s learn together