Fresh off a live event in Chicago, Tunde Olaniran sat down down with Cher and James to discuss "fatness" and masculinity,
activism and advocacy, and his new album Transgressor.
Fresh off a live event in Chicago, Tunde Olaniran joined Cher and James to discuss “fatness” and masculinity, activism and advocacy, and his new album, Transgressor.
Music featured in this weeks episode:
From Tunde Olaniran (in order of appearance):
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Cards Against Humanity: They asked us not to read an ad, so enjoy the show.
References made during our conversation:
Young Fathers are the Scottish band Cher went to see and who Tunde opened for.
Planned Parenthood and all the great work they're doing in Flint, Michigan, USA.
This week's Open Call:
Tunde: His thrifty find of a Jubilee Yellow Jacket.
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