In 2005, he appeared on the BBC Television one-off special, Strictly African Dancing. He came last, but he learned the Bata dance in the process.
On 12 November 2006, Baiyewu appeared in an ITV documentary called Faith in Music. This documentary charted the life and music of Baiyewu, from his roots in Africa, through Lighthouse Family and into his current solo incarnation. It also showed Baiyewu performing an acoustic set featuring tracks from his latest album.
In January 2007, Baiyewu held his first tour in over four years (the last time being with Lighthouse Family). He did four concerts from 13–16 January 2007 in Edinburgh, Manchester, Wolverhampton and London respectively. He combined his solo material with Lighthouse Family hits and dedicated each and every song to his nephew Funto.
Tunde is released his second solo album entitled Diamond In A Rock in the UK on 4 March 2013.
In 2013 Tunde announced plans for a second solo album titled: Diamond In A Rock and first single from the album "Move" - both released on 4 March 2013.In addition, Tunde released a promotional E.P., The Live Sessions featuring live recordings of "Move", "High" and "Letting Me Down Gently".
Tunde’s second single from the album Diamond In A Rock is the title track "Diamond In A Rock" and was released mid April 2013 on iTunes. The single was released as an EP including the single track "Diamond In A Rock" (Radio Edit) and 3 previously unreleased tracks called "Home", "Tomorrow’s News" and "Speaking Voice".
In October 2013 he will join M People as their support act during their '20th Anniversary Greatest Hits Tour'.
He is an alumnus of Northumbria University having completed an Accountancy degree in 1994.
In March 2007, Baiyewu married Tope Adeshina, a young Nigerian model in Lagos, Nigeria. They live in the UK.
His mother went on to marry former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo, who is of the Yoruba ethnic group.