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30 October 2012, 10:47
The American leader also admits that Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones are present on his music device.
Us President Barack Obama has revealed some of the songs which he is currently listening to on his iPod.
The American leader confessed that close friend Jay-Z is a prominent figure on his playlist alongside the likes of rapper Eminem, the Fugees and The Rolling Stones.
"I've got old school – Stevie Wonder, James Brown. I've got Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan," he told WIZF. "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."
Speaking about some of the other genres he enjoys, he continued: "I've got some jazz - John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Gil Scott-Heron. "You've got to mix it up. It just depends on what mood I'm in."
The President is currently on the campaign trail for his re-election and has been supported by stars from across the world of music including Katy Perry who performed at a special rally event in Las Vegas last week.
Beyonce and Jay-Z have also continued to show their allegiance and even hosted a special fundraiser in September where they managed to raise $4 million for his campaign.
Meanwhile, Eminem has teased details of a new solo album for release in 2013 after revealing a special commemorative baseball cap online.