If you needed any more evidence of Barack Obama’s undeniable coolness as a president, look no further! Our 44th president just shared his annual summer playlist and reading list on social media, and it’s as diverse and captivating as ever. In a tweet on July 20, Obama revealed the songs that have been on repeat for him all summer long. From the timeless jazz of John Coltrane’s “Blue Train” to the iconic hip-hop track “The World is Yours” by Nas, his playlist covers a wide range of musical genres. In his caption, Obama playfully mentioned that it’s a mix of both old favorites and new discoveries.
However, what really caught our attention (and probably surprised many others) was the inclusion of the unexpected collaboration between Ice Spice and Nicki Minaj called “Princess Diana.” It’s undoubtedly a refreshing addition to an already impressive lineup. However, Stevie Wonders’s “Golden Lady” is always a classic.
As always, Obama’s taste in music and literature reflects his appreciation for creativity and diversity. His annual playlists and reading lists are a testament to his ability to connect with people from all walks of life through the universal language of art and culture.
It’s no wonder that Barack Obama remains a beloved and influential figure in our country, not only for his leadership but also for his impeccable taste in music and literature. His ability to blend the classics with contemporary favorites is truly one of the many reasons why he’s the coolest president this nation has ever had.
So, if you haven’t checked out his summer playlist and reading list yet, we highly recommend doing so. It’s an inspiring journey into the mind of a leader who appreciates the power of art to unite and inspire us all.