Can You Add To Barack Obama’s Playlist for 2020 – Music News

Can You Add To Barack Obama’s Playlist for 2020 – Music News

There were 53 songs listed on Barack Obama’s playlist since he has been qurantining in the house with family like many of us.

The former president spoke out about what songs have been keeping him motivated during the lockdown.

“Over the past few months, I’ve spent a lot of time listening to music with my family,” Obama wrote as he published the playlist.

“As always, it’s a mix of genres that travels through various eras. I think there’s something in here for everybody — hope you enjoy it.”

Some of artist on his playlist included John Legend “Don’t Walk Away” , Outkast “Liberation” , and Nina Simone “My Baby Just Cares For Me”.

John Legend spoke out in gratitude for being a part of Barack Obama’s playlist.

“Wow my president be jamming to my music!!!!,” added Teyana Taylor, whose track “Made It” was included. John Legend wrote: “Thank you, Mr. President,” while Maggie Rogers said: “LOVE YOU (and Michelle) FOR A VERY LONG TIME.”

Dj Khaled also made the cut, “WOOOOW!!!!! thank you so much!!!!!” Khalid wrote on Twitter, leading a number of featured artists who reacted with glee and surprise at their inclusion.

Nevertheless, out of 53 songs from Barack Obama’s playlist there may have been some great ones that didn’t make the cut.

Since Barack Obama’s playlist included a genre of music we decided to added in a few more hits that we are sure you would love.

One of the hottest hip hop inspirational songs that came to mind is, KB “No Chains”. This beat bangs hard rather you are qurantining at home or rolling in your whip with the windows up. On a chill day David Ruffin “I Miss You” can definitely get you in the right zone. Not to mention playing it back to back with Robin Thicke’s “To The Sky” which took notes from the jam. If we are talking about Beyonce’s latest album, “Don’t Jealous Me” is a back to back hit after jamming to “Already”. In 2020 yes we are still banging Solange’s first solo album because “Get Together” is mood. Are you looking for music with deep thought? Try Jorga Smith “Teenage Fantasy”.

What are some songs that you would add to Barack Obama’s playlist? Comment below.


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