2 Broke Twimbos continues to blaze the way among Zimbabwean podcasts, and really in the world (or if there are any podcasts in space, the universe) as we bring you another episode, fresh from the oven, served piping hot, with none other than recent viral sensation Vimbai Zimuto.
Ladies and gentlemen, peasants and noble-folk, the long awaited showdown has finally hit your podcasting apps. In the blue corner, carrying a large wad of foreign currency and a set of DJ controllers, one of Zimbabwe’s most celebrated mix DJ’s and producer of multiple hit songs, it’s DJ Stavo!
We here at 2 Broke Twimbos know all about terrible interviews. After all, it’s what this podcast is based on. Imagine our utter dismay when, in a whole 2019, Jussie Smollett & R. Kelly have already tried to steal our thunder?? Notwithstanding that, we have a new episode out!
Comrades, another hard-hitting episode is ready for your podcast-starved palate! Phil & Dan are the definition of dummies. So we called in the co-editor of newZWire to come and explain the Zimbabwean Monetary Policy Statment to us, VERY SLOWLY, like you’re speaking to a 10-year-old.
Comrades and fellow victims of monetary policies, we bring you a freshly fiscalized serving of the 2 Broke Twimbos podcast, designed to skillfully unpack financial intricacies and knowledgeably provide insight on international economic trends, because in this episode we have the Zim hip-hop hustler GZE
The 2 Broke Twimbos are back with another insightful episode, expertly cutting away at the entertainment scene with the precision of a man in pain poking at a blister with a needle. With this romantic imagery firmly set in your minds, allow Dan & Phil to not care about Valentine’s Day
A brand new episode from your third favourite financial advice podcast, but your first favourite true-crime podcast, 2 Broke Twimbos! This time we sit down with Jah Prayzah’s manager Keen Mushapaidze, aka Keen Mushy aka, er… just Keen
In a special episode of 2 Broke Twimbos, the podcast you love to hate to love puts together a tribute to Zimbabwe’s greatest ever musician, Oliver Mtukudzi, after his untimely passing last week. In this episode, the 2 Broke Twimbos call on Tuku’s former lead guitarist Mono Mukundu, his frequent on-stage collaborator and mentee Tariro NeGitare and his most recent manager Walter Wanyanya
A different week sees a different episode from you favourite struggle-podcasting duo in hiding, as “normalcy” returns to these here Zimbabwean streets. As Dan & Phil discuss however, nothing about this is normal. Still, the show must go on
Attention comrades with internet connections! We bring you a special episode, shorter than most, and later than usual. We can explain. We had no internet. And this time, it’s not because of not paying the bill. Things are happening in Zim, and like most Zimbabweans, we just want to know what the facts on the ground are.