Barack Obama was a big supporter of music during his eight year run as President, putting together his famous Spotify playlists and frequently inviting artists like Chance The Rapper to perform at the White House.

Out of office, it looks like his support won't come to a halt. Today, he unveiled his plans for the Obama Presidential Center, a three-building campus in Chicago that will include his presidential library, a museum, outdoor park, and an auditorium.

According to his website, the center "will be based on the South Side of Chicago but have projects all over the city, the country, and the world" and "will be a living, working center—an ongoing project where we will shape, together, what it means to be a good citizen in the 21st century."

The Chicago Tribune reports that plans for the center include "a recording studio in the building where he can invite artists like Spike Lee, Chance the Rapper, Bruce Springsteen."

Get an idea for what the center will look like in the short video below and see more details on his website.

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