No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo
About This Show
Nigerian-American compatriots, Tune Day (@theycallmeTUNE) & Bawo (@JustBawo) come together weekly with special guests to discuss music, culture, coded tinz & all things #trending in the diaspora with hilarious and fanimorous results.
If you've ever wondered how young African's across the diaspora are making their impacts on African and American culture at large, this is the show for you. From West Africa to your ears, receive your serving of audio tantalization by tuning into the No Wahala podcast right now.
Thanks a bunsh.
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Most Recent Episode
Episode 25 - "Seasoned Vegans"
After a small vacation to London (allegedly), di boyzz are back with Episode 25! Covering all the various international beefs that turned into veganism almost overnight, the Super Eagles Nike Soccer Kits which were obtained by EVERYONE except Nigerians pre-release (lol), summer events, Falz causing controversy by telling the truth, and more!
TUNE IN AND UPDATE YOUR LIFE ABEG!
Welcome to No Wahala! GBOSA!
Tune into Episode 25 entitled #SeasonedVegans now!
Featured Songs of The Week:
N-Dub City - 'Circulate'
Korede Bello ft. Gyptian, Young D & DJ Tunez - 'Stamina'
Listen to this week's music selections on the #NoWahalaRadio playlists below!
Apple Music: nowahalapod.com/radioA
Also, as mentioned in the episode, feel free to submit messages and letters for us to read in future episodes here: nowahalapod.com/submit
-Thanks for Listening!-
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Rated 5 out of
Helping me survive law school!
This podcast is EVERYTHING! I love the banter between Tunde & Dami. The show is hilarious, uplifting and the banter is well done. Recent episode had the most empowering messages I have heard all week. Their discussions on culture and gender issues are more informed and educational than I would ever expected from a "millenial" podcast. I do wish I understood more of the African slang terms though!
Date published: 2016-10-24