For a lot of politics, but former US President Barack Obama is also known as a person who loves an artist Also.
For a lot of politics, but former US President Barack Obama is also known as a person who loves an artist On December 31, Barack Obama posted on his Facebook account showing his favorite song. Best listeners in 2017.
The former US president wrote: "During my time as president, I started to share something Which I read and what I listened to was a good way to reflect on the work you have done in the past And is also a part of promoting authors As well as all the stars around the world. With the important moments I get this year, I want to showcase books and music This is my most inspiring song in 2017! Hope you like it and enjoy it New Year All Good Health ".
Below is a song that Obama likes to listen to:
The song "Mi Gente" was sung by J Balvin and Willy William
The song "Havana" sung by Camila Cabello with Young Thug
The song "Blessed" sung by Daniel Caesar
The Joke song by Brandi Carlile
"First World Problems" performed by Chance the Rapper with Daniel Caesar
The song "Rise Up" sung by Andra Day
"Wild Thoughts" performed by DJ Khaled with Rihanna and Bryson Tiller
"Family Feud" performed by Jay-Z with Beyoncé
The song "Humble" performed by Kendrick Lamar
The song "La Dame et Ses Valises" is sung by Les Amazones d'Afrique with Nneka
The song "Unforgettable" by French Montana (feat. Swae Lee)
The Nation "The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness"
The song "Chanel" sang by Frank Ocean
Feel It Still "sung by Portugal. The Man
"Butterfly Effect" performed by Travis Scott
"Matter of Time" performed by Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings
"Little Bit" performed by Mavis Staples
The song "Millionaire" sung by Chris Stapleton
The song "Sign of the Times" sang by Harry Styles
"Broken Clocks" performed by SZA
The song "Ordinary Love" performed by Extraordinary Mix, U2
The song "Born in the USA" sang by Bruce Springsteen
Obama also presented his favorite book in 2017. The books include: Naomi Alderman's "The Power" book, Ron Chernow's "Grant", "Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City "by Matthew Desmond, Amy Goldstein's" Janesville: An American Story "and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's" Coach Wooden and Me ".