A week away from Election Day, President Barack Obama has revealed what all he has stored in his iPod as he campaigns for a second term in office.
According to Obama, he has a wide variety of tunes ranging from Stevie Wonder to Eminem.
Interviewed Monday on Cincinnati radio station WIZF, Obama ran through his musical tastes, an eclectic and all-encompassing list of artists and tracks that reflect the varied coalition of voters he is seeking to attract. Asked what was on the "presidential iPod," Obama replied that he had "a pretty good mix." "I've got old school--Stevie Wonder, James Brown. I've got Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan," he said. There are also plenty of tracks that young voters might have downloaded to their own collections. "And then I've got everything from Jay-Z, to Eminem, to the Fugees, to you name it. There's probably not a group that you play that I don't have on my iPod," Obama told the station's E.J. Greig.