Former President Barack Obama dropped a playlist of his favorite songs on Saturday morning, following his year-end film, television and book proposals earlier this year.
He wrote on Twitter, “Here are some of my favorite songs of the year. “As usual, I had some valuable suggestions for keeping our family music guru Sasha together. I hope you hear a new song. “
Keeping his annual tradition alive, Obama’s recommendation is to pop rock music like Bruce Springsteen’s “Ghost” and Bob Dylan’s “Farewell Jimmy Reed” as Dua Lipper’s “Levitating” sp in his playlist. Includes rap songs like “The Big Picture”, as well as country music like Chris Stapleton’s “Starting Over”.
On Friday, Obama unveiled his favorite 2020 film, including “Mother Rainy’s Black Bottom,” “David Fincher’s” Mank, “Pixar’s animated film” Soul, “and the acclaimed documentary” Time. ” “Listed.
He tweeted, “As the line between drama movies and television features blurred further, I’ve enjoyed the visual storyline this year to include what I’ve enjoyed regardless of format. “
Among his TV recommendations are Michael Jordan’s documentaries “The Last Dance,” Netflix’s record-breaking series “The Queen’s Gambit” and Michael Coyle’s drama “I Can Destroy You.”
Obama also recommended it Favorite book of the year – “Half of the Disappeared,” “Caste” and “Twilight of Democracy” among others. He jokingly commented on his own, omitting “a promised land” that it was still a “very good book”.
See Obama’s song proposal below.
Here are some of my favorite songs of the year. As usual, I took some valuable advice from our family music guru Sasha to keep some. I hope you hear a new song. pic.twitter.com/K1NRPYiSg4
– Barack Obama (@ Barack Obama) December 19, 2020