Are you tired of listening to the same music? Perhaps the recommendations of the former president of the United States, Barack Obama, will help fuel your playlist. As is now an annual tradition, Obama published through your official account from Twitter, your own summer playlist. Yes, although in Colombia the seasons are not so demarcated, throughout the Northern Hemisphere they are in full summer, so clothes, music, plans, etc. They are linked to the climate of the moment.
On this occasion, the former president’s playlist ignited the comments of his followers. And it is that, Obama surprised the public by announcing (for the second time) that he is also a lover of Latin rhythms. Within the 40 favorite musical themes this summer by Barack Obama are Bad Bunny and Bomba Estéreo with “little eyes” and Rosalía with “Saoko”.
Every year, I get excited to share my summer playlist because I learn about so many new artists from your replies—it’s an example of how music really can bring us all together.
Here’s what I’ve been listening to this summer. What songs would you add? pic.twitter.com/9OgPq0SRy4
—Barack Obama (@BarackObama) July 26, 2022
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Alongside these artists are also older songs like Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing in the dark” and Jack White’s “I’m Shakin’”. “Every year I get excited to share my summer playlist because I learn so much about new artists from their responses,” the former US president began arguing in his Twitter post. Likewise, he expressed that the recommendations of his followers are an “example of how music can really unite us all.” He finally concluded his message by leaving an open invitation to his followers: “This is what I’ve been hearing this summer. What songs would you add?
As if that wasn’t enough, Barack Obama shared a summer reading list hours before his playlist. Among his reading recommendations were: Emily St. John Mandel’s ea of Tranquility, Hanya Yanagihara’s To Paradise and SA Cosby’s crime thriller Razorblade Tears.
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