33 min

‘Songs of Life, Death, Depression, and Hope’ - Episode 10 with Bwejua Fachano (Part 2‪)‬ International Student Stories brought to you by Study in the USA

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INTRODUCTION 
Bwejua Fachano returns for Part 2 of his two-part interview. In this episode, Bwejua joins us as we do a retrospective of his last three songs; ‘Fade’, ‘Father Father', and ‘Waylon Smithers’. These songs touch on heavy themes including life, death, and depression. In those defining moments, Bwejua could have sunk under the weight of expectation. That’s not who Bwejua is, however, and it’s why he’s found renewed hope for tomorrow. 
EPISODE SUMMARY
02:18 - ‘Fade’ by Bwejua Fachano. 05:17 - Bwejua looks back on how far he’s come since creating the first song on his EP.09:05 - Bwejua shares his story of being a cancer survivor living his life to the fullest.13:40 - Bwejua reflects on a stage of transition from overcoming cancer to coming to the U.S. 16:16 - ‘Father Father’ by Bwejua Fachano.  21:22 - Bwejua speaks on the tones & themes represented in his EP. 23:35 - There’s a line in Bwejua’s song spoken in his native language. What does it represent?25:45 - If your father were here today, what would he say to you? 26:45 - ‘Waylon Smithers’ by Bwejua Fachano. 30:30 - Bwejua tells us what he’s most grateful for. LINKS 
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INTRODUCTION 
Bwejua Fachano returns for Part 2 of his two-part interview. In this episode, Bwejua joins us as we do a retrospective of his last three songs; ‘Fade’, ‘Father Father', and ‘Waylon Smithers’. These songs touch on heavy themes including life, death, and depression. In those defining moments, Bwejua could have sunk under the weight of expectation. That’s not who Bwejua is, however, and it’s why he’s found renewed hope for tomorrow. 
EPISODE SUMMARY
02:18 - ‘Fade’ by Bwejua Fachano. 05:17 - Bwejua looks back on how far he’s come since creating the first song on his EP.09:05 - Bwejua shares his story of being a cancer survivor living his life to the fullest.13:40 - Bwejua reflects on a stage of transition from overcoming cancer to coming to the U.S. 16:16 - ‘Father Father’ by Bwejua Fachano.  21:22 - Bwejua speaks on the tones & themes represented in his EP. 23:35 - There’s a line in Bwejua’s song spoken in his native language. What does it represent?25:45 - If your father were here today, what would he say to you? 26:45 - ‘Waylon Smithers’ by Bwejua Fachano. 30:30 - Bwejua tells us what he’s most grateful for. LINKS 
Los Angeles City College 
Hodgkin Lymphoma
GUEST INFORMATION
Instagram
RESOURCES
Dealing with Stress
CONNECT WITH US
Instagram
Facebook 
Twitter 
Tumblr 

Find our Podcasts here

33 min