Shakira and Karol G39s TQG tops the list of songs

Shakira and Karol G's “TQG” tops the list of songs of the year for Obama

Miami. The single “TQG” by Colombians Shakira and Karol G is at the top of former US President Barack Obama’s list of favorite songs for 2023. It also features “La Bebe” by Mexicans Yng Lucas and Peso Pluma.

The former president published this Friday on his social networks his favorite songs of this year that has almost ended. included in a list of 28 songs that, as in previous years, reflect a varied taste that does not avoid pop and urban, rhythms that coexist in this selection with country music and R&B.

Opening the list is Shakira and Karol G's “TQG,” a song that won a Latin Grammy and has amassed more than 920 million views on YouTube to date.

They also appear, among other things “I Remember Everything” by Zach Bryan with Kacey Musgraves; “Sprinter” by Dave & Central Cee and “America Has a Problem” by Beyoncé in collaboration with Kendrick Lamar.

“La Bebe” (Remix) by Yng Lucas and Peso Pluma, appears below this selection, which also contains “Crazy Love” by Rita Wilson and Keith Urban and “Cobra” by Megan Thee Stallion.

As usual at the end of each year, The former president announced an annual selection of his cultural preferences, particularly his favorite films, music and books.

As for the big screen, This year, Obama chose “Rustin” by George C. Wolfe; “Leave the World Behind” by Sam Esmail and the documentary “American Symphony” by Matthew Heineman, among other things, ribbons.

To the list of 13 films, which also contains “Oppenheimer”, by director Christopher Nolan and 'TI have leftovers, by Alexander Payne, the former Democratic president added another on Thursday evening, 'The colour purple'by Blitz Bazawule.

“Update: I just saw The Color Purple and loved it. I’m adding it to this list as one of my favorite films of the year,” the former president wrote on X (formerly Twitter).

A few days before Christmas, Obama shared his list of his favorite books, 15 in total, including “Heaven & Earth Grocery Store,” by James McBride; “King: a life”, by Jonathan Eig; “As They Say Babylon” by Safiya Sinclair; “Some people have to be killed” by Patricia Evangelista and “This other Eden” by Paul Harding.