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Michelle Obama Shares Her New Playlist Ft. Beyoncé, Arlo Parks, And More

Michelle Obama
Via Hollywood Reports

The Former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama has shared her playlist inspired by the first season of my new podcast. Check out the playlist below.

Michelle shared a playlist post on Instagram and wrote that “Excited to share with you a new @Spotify playlist inspired by the first season of my new podcast. It’s filled with incredible new artists and a whole lot of #BlackGirlMagic. I hope you’ll give it a listen and follow some of these terrific musicians.”

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The playlist features many songs, including, Black Truck, Can’t Fight, Drive And Disconnect, Consistency, Freedom, Night Drive, Made It, Self Motivated, Black Parade, Blessed Up, My People, Grown, Dance Alone, Kool Aid, Eugene, Hair Down, B.S., Nont For Sale, Down To Earth, and many more.

Michelle Obama New Playlist Ft. Beyoncé, Arlo Parks, And More

In January, Michelle also shared her workout playlist, which included tracks from Lizzo, Childish GambinoCalvin Harris, Bruno Mars, and Dua Lipa‘s 2018 hit ‘One Kiss’. And Barack Obama too shared his favorite songs of 2019, He shared a playlist photo, where he mentions some songs which he listened in 2019, with the likes of The National, Lil Nas X, and Frank Ocean all included in the list.

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Michelle’s podcast follows last year’s news that the Obamas had signed a multi-year podcast deal with Spotify.

“We’ve always believed in the value of entertaining, thought-provoking conversation,” Barack commented. “It helps us build connections with each other and open ourselves up to new ideas.

“We’re excited about Higher Ground Audio because podcasts offer an extraordinary opportunity to foster productive dialogue, make people smile and make people think, and, hopefully, bring us all a little closer together.”