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Bad Bunny and Rosalía, among Obama's favorites in 2022


'Tití asked me' and 'Saoko' appear among the former president's favorite songs, who every year publishes a list of what he liked the most in film, music and literature.

by EFE

Tití me pregunta

, by the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny, and


, by the Spanish Rosalía, are among the favorite songs of 2022 by former US President Barack Obama, who each year publishes a list of what he has liked the most in cinema, music and Literature.

[The Year of the Rabbit: Billboard Names Bad Bunny the Best Artist of 2022]

The songs by Bad Bunny and Rosalía were included among the 25 songs shared by the former Democratic president, who this year included 13 artists nominated for the 2023 Grammy Awards, including the Puerto Rican.

Rosalía and Bad Bunny during a performance on Saturday Night Live at 2021NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

“I always enjoy sharing my end-of-year music list with you, and we've heard a lot of great songs this year.

These are some of my favorites, ”Obama said on his Twitter social network account, the platform where he is the person with the most followers, with more than 133 million.

"Is there a song or artist I should hear?" he asked his followers.

Tití me pregunta

is part of the album

A summer without you

, nominated for the 2023 Grammys. It was also chosen by Time magazine as the best of 2022 for its "universal appeal".

[Bad Bunny figure, the best seller for the traditional New Year's Eve burning of stick figures in Honduras]

The song


was released in February and appears on Rosalía's


album , which won the 2022 Latin Grammy in the Best Album category in which it competed, among others, with

Un Verano Sin Ti


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Obama's list, which is headlined by rapper Kendrick Lamar's

The Heart Part 5

, includes various genres of music, ranging from hip hop to



The songs

Last Last

, by Burna Boy;

Break My Soul

, by Beyoncé;

Zach Bryan's Something in the Orange


Omar Apollo's


and Rema's

Calm Down made the list.

Lizzo has appeared twice in a row on Obama's list, first with


, a collaboration with Dominican-born rapper Cardi B, and now with

About Damn Time


Source: telemundo

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