Koffee and Toots & Maytal's tracks make Barack & Michelle Obama's Summer Playlist 2019

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Koffee and Toots & the Maytals appear on the summer playlist of 2019 by former US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. "Toast" by Koffee and "54-46 What My Number" by Toots & the Maytals are among the songs that made the 44-track playlist that many see as an allusion to Barack Obama as the 44th US president.

"Toast" was released in 2018 and won the single of the year at the Jamaica Music Industry Association Awards. The song was featured in the new Jordan Peele movie "Us"

"54-46 What My Number" was released in 1968 and was one of the first Jamaican Ska songs that enjoyed great popularity outside of the island. It has been covered by a number of artists and can be heard in films and TV series.

The playlist of 44 songs is a mix of genres like rap, reggae, ska, pop and rock & roll. Among the artists on the list are Drake, Rihanna, the Rolling Stones, Lauryn Hill, Sharon Van Etten, Jill Scott, Mac Miller, the Black Keys, SZA, Ella Mai and more. The Obamas signed a contract with Spotify earlier this summer to "develop, produce, and lend selected podcasts to address listeners around the world on a variety of topics."

The list was announced by former US President Barak Obama on his Twitter account,

"By the end of the summer, here's a sample of what Michelle and I have heard – some new, others old, others fast, others slow, I hope you like it." Said the United States 44th US President States in the tweet.

Below is the full list of the song on the playlist:

"Too good" – Drake ft. Rihanna

"I'll be there" – The spinners

"MOOD 4 EVA" – Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Childish Gambino ft. Oumou Sangaré

"Burning" – Maggie Rogers

"Fade Out Lines" – The Avener and Phoebe Killdeer

"Juice" – Lizzo

"Reelin in years" – Steely Dan

"Who loves you?" – Terence Trent D & # 39; Arby

"Do not worry" – Stevie Wonder

"Joke Ting" – GoldLink ft. Ari PenSmith

"Seventeen" – Sharon Van Etten

"Doo-Wop (Thing)" – Lauryn Hill

"100 Yard Dash" – Raphael Saadiq

"I have you under my skin" – Frank Sinatra

"Best Part" – Daniel Caesar & H.E.R.

"Feel The Vibe" – BJ The Chicago Kid ft. Anderson .Paak

"Señorita" – Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello

"Drift Away" – Dobie Gray

"Hold on (Change is Comin ')" – Sounds of Blackness

"Brown Eyed Girl" – Van Morrison

"I love you more than you'll ever know" – Donny Hathaway

"Go Gina" – SZA

"It's a Mood" – 2 Chainz ft. Ty Dolla $ ign, Trey Songz & Jhené Aiko

"Crap!" – Mac Miller ft. Anderson. Paak

"How high the moon" – Ella Fitzgerald

"Music" – Erick preaching ft. Marvin Gaye

"Go" – the black keys

"Toast" – Koffee

"Boo'd Up" – Ella May

"Shining" – DJ Khaled ft. Beyoncé

"Con Altura" – Rosalía & J Balvin ft. El Guincho

"II B.S." – Charles Mingus

"It's love" – ​​Jill Scott

"Happy" – The Rolling Stones

"Alright" – John Legend

"Espera" – Esperanza Spalding

"54-46 was my number" – Toots & The Maytals

"Get together" – the young bloods

"Float" – Anthony Hamilton

"Old Town Road" – Lil Nas X ft. Billy Ray Cyrus

"Can you believe" – ​​Robin Thicke

"Iron Man" – Rema

"Faith" – Q-Tip ft. D'Angelo

"Can I kick it?" – A tribe called Quest

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