Barack Obama's Favorite Song of 2015 Is From Kendrick Lamar

Michelle's choice is pretty good, also.

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President Barack Obama has already proven he has good taste in music when he shared his Spotify vacation playlist featuring Stevie Wonder, John Legend, and Frank Ocean. First Lady Michelle Obama later revealed some of her favorite artists when she shared her first Spotify playlist to celebrate International Day of the Girl. Her choices? Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, and Demi Lovato

In a new interview with People, the first couple are once again sharing some of their favorites from 2015. Michelle told the magazine she can't get enough of Bruno Mars' Grammy nominated track "Uptown Funk." As for our President? Like the rest of us, he found himself drawn to Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly. His favorite track of the year was "How Much A Dollar Cost," which coincidentally was almost the name of Kendrick's album. We hear you, Mr. President. It looks like we'll be seeing both of their favorites at the Grammys this year. Read why we think To Pimp A Butterfly is the best album of 2015.

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