Barack Obama called his best books and songs 2017


According to tradition, a former President of the United States Barack Obama (Barack Obama) made a list of books and songs that he liked in 2017.

On the eve of New year, Obama laid out a list of 12 books and 22 songs, the same list he published as commander in chief of the United States. He shared reading lists and created Spotify playlists for those who was interested. On Sunday, Obama published his list of favorite books and songs 2017 on his page in Facebook. “This is a good way to reflect on the work that resonated with me, and show authors and musicians from around the world,” – said Obama.

A list of books by 2017 from Barack Obama:
“Power” Naomi Alderman
“Grant” Ron Chernov
“Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City” Matthew Desmond
“Janesvill. American history” Amy Goldstein
“Leaving the West” by Mohsin Hamid
“Five Karat soul” by James McBride
“Anything Is Possible” By Elizabeth Stout
“Dying. The Memoirs Of Corey Taylor”
“A gentleman in Moscow” Emory of Towles
“Sing, Unburied, Sing” Jasmine Ward
A bonus for the fans: “Coach Wooden and Me” Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and “basket and other things,” Shea Serrano.

List of the best songs 2017 Barack Obama:
Mi Gente J Balvin & Willy William
Havana from Camila Cabello
Blessed from Daniel Cesar
The Joke by Brandi Carlile
First World Problems from Chance The Rapper (feat. Daniel Caesar)
Rise Up from Andry Dei
Wild Thoughts from DJ Khaled (feat. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller)
Family Feud Jay-Z (feat. Beyoncé)
From Humble Kendrick Lamar
La Dame et Ses Valises from Les Amazones d’afrique (feat. Nneka)
Unforgettable from French Montana (feat. Swae Lee)
The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness from The National
Chanel from Frank ocean’s
Feel It Still from Portugal. The Man
Butterfly Effect from Travis Scott
Matter of Time from Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings
Little Bit from Mavis of Staples
Millionaire from Chris Stapleton
Sign of the Times from Harry styles
Broken Clocks from SZA
Ordinary Love (Extraordinary Mix) from U2
Bonus: Born in the U. S. A. from Bruce Springsteen (the version in the Broadway show).

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