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Stream The First Okayafrica Radio x Radio Lily w/ Chief Boima

Check out the first ever stream of Okayafrica Radio w/ Chief Boima & Radio Lily.


Last Saturday, Chief Boima joined Radio Lily for the first ever Okayafrica Radio show, showing why he earned his spot as resident DJ. Boima covered it all, fusing afrobeat with electro house and everything in between. If you missed the set, don’t trip, not only will Chief Boima be bringing flavor to the airwaves every Saturday night, but Okayafrica will be posting a live stream after each show to hold you down until the next week. Make sure you TUNE IN every Saturday from 8-10PM EST to experience the sounds!

>>>STREAM OKAYAFRICA RADIO X RADIO LILY EVERY SATURDAY FROM 8-10 PM

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