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Canada's Trudeau reveals his summer playlist

Arts & Culture2017-07-17

What music does a prime minister listen to during his spare time? Canada's Justin Trudeau gave his answer.The 45-year-old prime minister on Saturday unveiled his "PM Mix playlist" on Spotify, a digital music service, via his Twitter account.The list of 39 songs includes tracks by Canadian artists such as Drake, Shawn Mendes and rock band the Tragically Hip, as well as songs by American singer Fiona Apple, British singer Peter Gabriel and Swedish singer Nenah Cherry.Trudeau is not the first world leader to publicly share a Spotify playlist. Former U.S. President Barack Obama released his summer music selections in two Spotify playlists in 2015.(ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)

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What music does a prime minister listen to during his spare time? Canada's Justin Trudeau gave his answer.

The 45-year-old prime minister on Saturday unveiled his "PM Mix playlist" on Spotify, a digital music service, via his Twitter account.

The list of 39 songs includes tracks by Canadian artists such as Drake, Shawn Mendes and rock band the Tragically Hip, as well as songs by American singer Fiona Apple, British singer Peter Gabriel and Swedish singer Nenah Cherry.

Trudeau is not the first world leader to publicly share a Spotify playlist. Former U.S. President Barack Obama released his summer music selections in two Spotify playlists in 2015.


(ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)


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