President Obama’s Favorite Song Of The Year Is A Kendrick Lamar Deep Cut

Michelle prefers Bruno Mars.

December 09, 2015

Wait…wasn't he just here? #HappyHalloween

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The President got in on the December year-end music recap game today. According to People, his favorite song in 2015 was a Kendrick Lamar track. If you're thinking, "Oh, the President probably just skims through singles," you're incorrect: he voted for "How Much A Dollar Cost," the 11th song on To Pimp A Butterfly. (It also features contributions from James Fauntleroy and Ron Isley.) The First Lady weighed in as well, throwing her support behind Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' No. 1 smash "Uptown Funk."

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Barack and Michelle also discussed their favorite movies (The Martian and Inside Out respectively) and TV shows (The Knick, Black-ish). Revisit FADER's recent interview with Kendrick Lamar.

President Obama’s Favorite Song Of The Year Is A Kendrick Lamar Deep Cut