Barack Obama Shares His Favourite Songs of 2022
Barack Obama Shares His Favourite Songs of 2022

Barack Obama Shares His Favourite Songs of 2022!

Barack Obama Shares His Favourite Songs of 2022!

Barack Obama revealed his playlist of the finest songs of the year, continuing a practice that began during his presidency. Songs from Kendrick Lamar, Beyoncé, Lizzo, SZA, Rosalia, and more artists made the former president’s must-hear list for 2022.

Barack Obama tweeted on Friday, “I always like sharing my end-of-year music playlist with all of you — and this year, we heard a lot of beautiful tunes. Some of my favorites are included here.

Obama’s playlists, as usual, include music from a variety of genres, including hip-hop (Kendrick Lamar’s “The Heart Pt. 5,” “Belize” with Danger Mouse, Black Thought, and MF DOOM), reggae (Koffee’s “Pull Up”), indie pop (Maggie Rogers’ “That’s Where I Am”), indie folk (Ethel Cain’s “American Teenager”),

The playlist has a lot of songs in common with Rolling Stone’s own Top 100 Songs of 2022, including the following: The songs “Problem With It” by Plains, “Calm Down” by Rema, “Something in the Orange” by Zach Bryan, “About Damn Time” by Lizzo, “Break My Soul” by Beyoncé, and “Titi Me Pregunto” by Bad Bunny is among the top songs of the year.

Barack Obama Also Shares His Favourite Movies And Books of 2022

It’s approaching the end of this long, arduous year, which means former President Barack Obama can flex on everyone by bragging about all the great sh*t he’s read and seen in retirement.

Barack Obama Shares His Favourite Songs of 2022
Barack Obama Shares His Favourite Songs of 2022

Barack Obama, 61, first announced his choices for his favorite books of 2022, which included a total of 13 titles—a mix of fiction and non-fiction—and a team of Gen Z/millennial assistants. The Light We Carry by his wife Michelle was first on the list, with the qualifier, “I’m a bit biased on this one.” Other books on the carefully chosen list included Imani Perry’s exploration of the American South, South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation, by Emily St. John Mandel, whose time-travel novel Sea of Tranquility HBO Max has acquired the rights to adapt, and Charmaine Wilkerson’s Black Cake, a book about solving a family mystery after a death.

Obama has reportedly been busy watching all of his DVD screeners in the movie department. On his list of the best movies of all time, he listed 17 titles, including the documentary Descendant from his own production company Higher Ground, Steven Spielberg’s autobiographical drama The Fabelmans, Gina Prince-epic Bythewood’s The Woman King with Viola Davis and Tom Cruise‘s Top Gun: Maverick.

Obama also mentioned the Asghar Farhadi film A Hero, even though it was initially released in the United States in November 2021 and that Farhadi is said to have stolen the idea for the movie from one of his students.

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