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Nuh Likkle Twang is a Caribbean-Canadian podcast which features two Jamaican-born Canadians, navigating the world and having conversations with a Caribbean twist. Hosted by Dougie and Chadz
Jul 12, 2021
Sexual Health Part II
A continuation of our episode of Sexual Health with Dane Record from PARN. Here we discuss. topics such as HIV/AIDS and HIV Prevention
Jun 28, 2021
Sexual Health Part 1
This Week nuhlikkletwang discusses Sexual Health with Dane Record of PARN . This is part 1 in a two part series.
May 16, 2021
Social Media, Clout Chasing and Cancel Culture
This week the team sat with Mario Palmer to discuss the effects of social media on our lives.
1 hr 12 min
Apr 18, 2021
Included or Just Making Up Numbers?
On this week's episode, Nuh Likkle Twang sits down with Alana Duncan to discuss diversity, inclusion and equity. We also delve into allyship and what allyship looks like for different people.
1 hr 8 min
Apr 17, 2021
Prevention Is Better Than Cure?
On this week's episode, we discuss Covid 19 one year after lockdowns, the efficacy of vaccines as well as the various conspiracy theories with Dr. Monique Brown.
Oct 4, 2020
Dancehall A Mi Everything
This week is so lit, we threw a little bit of cussing in. That aside, join us for a fun discussion with Nadine ‘RootsandCulture’ Brown as we discuss Dancehall, its effects on Jamaicans both on the island and abroad.
1 hr 14 min
Sep 29, 2020
Why are little girls and boys of colour seen as a lot older than they actually are? We were curious too, so we did the research and had a discussion. Give it a listen! Don’t forgot to follow us on Instagram at nuhlikkletwang, to keep up with the NLT crew
Sep 13, 2020
Me and Mi Neighbour...?
Dub-plates, jingles, motorcades and food. You would think we're setting up for another Toronto Raptors win right? Not quite, this week we speak about the spectacle that is, Jamaican General Elections. NB: The Leader of the JLP was Willian Alexander Clarke, not Sharpe (there's another famous Jamaican National Hero who has that Surname) ***We do not own the rights to the political jingles utilized in this episode***
Aug 30, 2020
Protect Black Queens
With the current state of the world, we are forced to put ourselves in self-preservation mode. For many that could mean not protecting those who fight for us even when they have their own fights, especially within their own communities. This week's episode discusses intersectionality and what it means to be both black and a woman within the Black community.
Aug 23, 2020
Can't Sell Out The Culture
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery; Some traditional cultural practices become profitable when portrayed by a larger societal group but are considered backward or "urban" when portrayed by the initial group who own or invented it, is this appropriation? This week nuhlikkletwang answers all your burning questions about appropriation and the Jamaican diaspora.
Aug 16, 2020
The Youths A Hol’ Dem Roots
Ever wondered if there was a direct link between how we were raised as diaspora beings versus those who remained in Africa? This week's episode dives into the world of "bringing up black men".
1 hr 8 min
Aug 10, 2020
Don’t Haffi Dread
Recently the Internet has been overwhelmed with the story of a seven year old's battle against a primary school in Jamaica. While many people are outraged by what's happening, the country of Jamaica and the world is somewhat divided on what is "right". Our panel discusses the historic and religious aspects of the battle as well as their own experiences and hair journeys.
1 hr 31 min
Aug 2, 2020
Jamaica Land We Love
Is there anything wrong with pride or even patriotism? When does patriotism turn to arrogance; and do your neighbours tolerate you or do they respect your right to fly your flag high? This week's episode seeks to uncover what created the "bad blood" between other Caribbean islands and Jamaica.
1 hr 29 min
Jul 26, 2020
How To Love A Yardie
Ever wondered what it's like dating a Jamaican? Two guests share their experiences of living and loving a Jamaican mate.
1 hr 16 min
Jul 20, 2020
Entanglement(Bun Fi Bun)
Listener discretion is advised: This week's episode features Damian, a St Thomas (Jamaica) native who now resides in Toronto. He shares his views on retaliatory infidelity in relationships between people of the diaspora as well as sound off with returning guest Nadia. It's spicy, it's funny, it's authentically Jamaican. Enjoy!
Jul 12, 2020
Wife A Wife, Mate A Mate
Are side chicks still a thing? Is it safe to say that Jamaica has one of the most normalized side chick "matey" cultures in the world? This week's episode focuses on the side chick game in Jamaica.
Jul 5, 2020
They Didn't Tell Us Black Is Beautiful
This week’s episode the NLT hosts and 4 special guests, focuses on the Black Lives Matter Movement in the US, and Black experiences here in Canada. Stay tuned to the conversation, subscribe and follow us on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Anchor or Spotify. Need more of us? Enjoy our post show chats at instagram.com/nuhlikkletwang
1 hr 21 min
May 29, 2020
Dem Cyaan Lock off di Dance!
End of Season 1 of Nuh LIkkle Twang! Your fave Jamaican Canadian trio gives their best podcast advice including the highs and lows and behind the scenes about making this podcast work. Relive our fave moments as co-hosts and hear future podcast plans. Which podcast episode was your fave? Can't decide? Listen to the choices below: Jamaican Language lessons: https://anchor.fm/nuhlikkletwang/episodes/NUH-LIKKLE-TWANG-edgmi5 Household Gender Norms: https://anchor.fm/nuhlikkletwang/episodes/Gyal-Yuh-Betta-Can-Cook-ecklga Canada New Immigrant Discussions: https://anchor.fm/nuhlikkletwang/episodes/Jus-touch-down-inna-the-airport-eb4a71 Message us at email@example.com with your favourite episode's name. Go ahead, subscribe and follow us on your favourite online podcast platform!
May 22, 2020
Badmind Worse Dan Obeah
Hello Badmind! How you doing today? Do you know any Jamaican people? Have you heard that someone is "badmind", "red eye", "grudgeful", or envious? Better yet, have you been warned by a Jamaican that Badmind worse than Obeah? The Nuh Likkle Twang hosts discuss the Jamaican cultural phenomenon of Badmind, and the accompanying fear of the supernatural. Stay tuned to the conversation, subscribe and follow us on Apple Podcasts, Google podcasts, Anchor or Spotify. Need more of us? Enjoy our post show chats at instagram.com/nuhlikkletwang
May 15, 2020
Jamaican Church Heathens...?
Religion is an key factor in Caribbean upbringing. Our Nuh Likkle Twang hosts talk faith and religion in this week's podcast. Is there one true religion? How exposed are Jamaican people to all religious groups; Rastafarians, Pentecostals, Agnostics? How has Christianity influenced our life choices? Do we care less about our faith, without a Jamaican church to call our own here in Canada? Share your church memories with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Stay tuned to us! Subscribe and following us on favourite platform. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google podcasts, Anchor or Spotify. Need even more of us? Enjoy our post show chats at instagram.com/nuhlikkletwang
May 8, 2020
Mad Sick Head Nuh Good?
Nuh Likkle Twang talks mental health and awareness, from our Caribbean upbringing to present. Do we feel equipped to handle our mental well being? Are we afraid to confront stigmas? Tune in to hear our perspectives, and join the discussion by emailing email@example.com
May 1, 2020
NUH LIKKLE TWANG
We've made it to Episode 10 and thought we should tackle one of Jamaicans biggest talking points ...literally. Our language? Outside of the Jamaican flag, the next thing Jamaican people are known for is our Jamaican language. How do we sound? Do we all pretty much sound the same? Has our language changed as we've grown older? This episode is interactive. Listen out for our questions and email in your replies for a surprise! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe and like us anywhere podcasts are available; Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor, RSS feeds or Spotify Keep the conversation going over at instagram.com/nuhlikkletwang
Apr 24, 2020
Brown Girl in The Ring
Shadeism....Good Hair and Phenotype Preservation. NLT discusses these issues alongside our special guest Ali. Join the discussion by sending your feedback to email@example.com
Apr 17, 2020
It's a Family Affair
NLT tackles Caribbean millennials, living at home, unwed and without child. What's wrong or right with our generation? Join in the conversation by emailing us your views at firstname.lastname@example.org
Apr 10, 2020
Gyal Yuh Betta Can Cook
Can all Jamaicans cook.. well? Better yet are all Jamaican women good cooks? The Nuh Likkle Twang trio debates Jamaican food culture. How does food influence our relationships in the diaspora? Join in the discussion by emailing us your thoughts at email@example.com Follow us on instagram.com/nuhlikkletwang
Apr 3, 2020
Work we a Work, A Nuh Chicken we a jerk
Job hunting in Toronto as a immigrant... the Jamaican immigrant perspective. Chime in to the discussion on instagram.com/nuhlikkletwang or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mar 27, 2020
Tan A Yuh Yaad _HOW TO AVOID COVID 19
Nuh Likkle Twang talks social ....physical distancing, and our take on essential services during this COVID 19 health outbreak. Are we right or totally off base? Email your feedback to email@example.com
Mar 20, 2020
COVID 19... Wah really a gwaan?
The trio discusses the impact of the world health crisis being caused by COVID 19. How will life change in the 6ix? How are our families coping in Jamaica? Tune in to our discussion, and give us some feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mar 13, 2020
Linky Dem..Nuh new Fren?
Nuh Likkle Twang tackles the impact of moving, on your friendships. Who responsible fi keep the link? Hear us weigh in.
Mar 6, 2020
Reggae bring bac' luv
The trio examines what reggae means to them, Koffee's historical win and how the Reggae Revival has changed how millennials view reggae.
Feb 28, 2020
Jus' touch down inna the airport
Are you even black? Should we be Blending in or Standing out? Jamaicans living in the Canadian Diaspora talk di tings on transitioning into Living Abroad.