Barack Obama Releases 'Favourite Music Of 2019' List, Includes Prateek Kuhad

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Former President of the United States Barack Obama on Monday, December 30, released his list of 'Favourite Music of 2019' that included Prateek Kuhad's name

Written By Manjiri Chitre | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Former President of the United States Barack Obama on Monday, December 30, released his list of 'Favourite Music of 2019' that included "from hip-hop to The Boss." He took to Twitter and posted the list of his favourites songs that may "keep you company on a long drive or help you turn up a workout."

However, what caught the attention of the Indians across the globe, was that Obama had mentioned Indian musician Prateek Kuhad's 'Cold/Mess' in the list.

Netizens React

Several people have reacted on Twitter after seeing Prateek Kuhad's name in Obama's list:

 

 

Read: Here's a list of Barack Obama's 19 favourite books from 2019

 

Read: Barack Obama's favourite TV shows includes 'Fleabag'; see full list

Other lists

Meanwhile, Obama has also released the annual list of favourite TV shows that made 2019 "a little brighter" for him. His list included Phoebe Waller-Bridge's "Fleabag" season two, limited series "Unbelievable", and Damon Lindelof's critically-acclaimed series "Watchmen", and others. 

Along with it, he also shared a list of his favourite movies and books. The list of his favourite movies included Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" and Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho's class satire "Parasite". While, some of his favourite books included Lauren Wilinkson's "American Spy", Samantha Power's "The education of an Idealist", and so on. 

Read: Beyonce's iconic live musical performances throughout her career, watch videos

Read: Prateek Kuhad's songs that will fit every indie music lover's playlist

 

 

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