Wahala means trouble and Timi O wants to tell us the secret of how he's defeating it.
He's an American-Nigerian hip-hop artist that intertwines his roots in a way we have to sit down and listen to his story. The Yoruba culture here is peeping over a sample inspired by highlife and jazz styles - the very same Timi O's father introduced him to when he was little. It's a trippy sound picture that curves around his words reaching our ears with a water force. Because the flow is smooth and that's what we love the most: great music tides and anti-social extroverts.