Jidenna, Wale, Nina Simone & More Are Featured On President Obama's 2016 Summer Playlist
President Obama took to his official twitter today to reveal his two-part 2016 Summer Playlist.
President Obama took to his official twitter today to reveal his two-part 2016 Summer Playlist, which is split into a 'Songs for the Daytime' and 'Song for the Nighttime.'
His selections cover a wide range of tracks from contemporary artists—Wale's "LoveHate Thing," Jidenna's "Classic Man," Chance the Rapper, Janelle Monáe, Leon Bridges—as well as classics from Nina Simone, Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Prince, and many more.
Been waiting to drop this: summer playlist, the encore. What's everybody listening to? pic.twitter.com/mqh1YVrycj
— President Obama (@POTUS) August 11, 2016
Pitchfork put all of POTUS' selections together in two Apple Music playlists you can stream below.
"Been waiting to drop this: summer playlist, the encore. What's everybody listening to?," the President tweeted.
It's too bad Sauti Sol didn't make the cut, 'cause we know Barack's danced his ass off to their songs before.
I'm honored that our President would include in his summer playlist BUT THE FACT THAT HE PICKED ACID RAIN ??????⛽️?? https://t.co/M2ypVhCQFA— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) August 11, 2016