Mac Miller, J. Cole Make Barack Obama’s Summer 2020 Playlist

While 2020 has been a mess, former President Barack Obama offers a small form of reassurance that times will soon get better.

On Monday (Aug. 17), Barack Obama dropped his summer playlist including some of the best rap songs from the past and present years of hip-hop. In a post shared to Twitter, the 59-year-old politician explains his love for music.

“Over the past few months, I’ve spent a lot of time listening to music with my family. I wanted to share some of my favorites from the Summer –– including songs from some of the artists performing at this week’s @DemConvention,” he wrote on social media. “As always, it’s a mix of genres that travels through various eras. I think there’s something in here for everybody––hope you enjoy it.”

This year’s list includes Common, Megan Thee Stallion, Mac Miller, Anderson .Paak, J. Cole, PartyNextDoor, Lil Baby, the newly inducted XXL Freshman, Chika and more.

Chika, who recently added the title of XXL Freshman to her resume, can also add her cosign from Obama to the list. Upon finding out she has been selected as one of the former POTUS’ favorite musicians of the year, she took to Twitter to share the moment. “Excuse my language, but BITCCHHHH,” she wrote on social media.

Check out Obama’s 2020 list of songs of the Summer below.
“Forever Begins” by Common
“Savage (Remix)” by Megan Thee Stallion
“Work” Rihanna featuring Drake
“Don’t Rush” by Young T & Bugsey featuring Headie One
“Twist & Turn” by Popcaan featuring Drake and PartyNextDoor
“Smile” by Wizkid featuring H.E.R.
“The Climb Back” by J. Cole
“Memory Lane (Sittin’ in da Park) by Nas
“Blue World” by Mac Miller
“12.38” by Childish Gambino featuring 21 Savage, Ink and Kadhja Bonet
“Liberation” by OutKast
“Cayendo” by Frank Ocean
“My Affection” by Summer Walker featuring PartyNextDoor
“The Sun” by Kyle featuring Bryson Tiller and Raphael Saadiq
“PGT” by PartyNextDoor
“Lockdown” by Anderson .Paak
“Back At It” by Lil Mosey featuring Lil Baby
“Crown” by Chika

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