Rejoice music lovers and fans of the US president: Barack Obama has dropped his 2016 summer playlist.
This is the second year in a row he's shared what he's listening to, and we can only imagine that it was one of the harder decisions of his tenure. Seriously, how can you pick just one Prince track?
Like last year, it's conveniently separated into two playlists: Songs For The Daytime and Songs For The Nighttime.
Say what you will about Obama, but he's undeniably America's coolest president. His popularity amongst millennials is huge, and this is no doubt helped by his trendy taste in music. Let's face it - which other president has had Beyonce sing at their inauguration?
Whilst Queen Bey hasn't made the list this year, Obama's selection is a well-balanced mix of old and new. Here are our highlights from POTUS's playlist.
Acid Rain - Chance The Rapper
No surprises that Chance makes it on to Obama's list, as the two Chicago natives go way back. Chance's father used to work for Obama, and Chance first met him when he was 16. His dad then went on to be deputy chief of staff to mayor Rahm Emanuel, meaning that Chance grew up surrounded by Chicago politics.
While Chance may have been somewhat embarrassed that the President of the United States chose one of his songs that so openly references acid, there are so many reasons why it makes sense on the list. We imagine that the lyrics "I think love is beautiful too" are pretty resonant for the president.
Chance made an appearance at the White House earlier this year along with various other prominent artists (including Common, Alicia Keys and Nicki Minaj) to talk about the anti-violence initiative My Brother's Keeper.
With regards to the rest of the nighttime playlist, all we can say is we love how unashamedly sexy Obama's song choices are. Green Aphrodisiac by Corinne Bailey Rae, Lover Man by Billie Holiday, Trapped By A Thing Called Love by Denise LaSalle - these are all beautiful jams for the warmer evenings.
So once again we commend Obama's taste in music. The one thing we are slightly troubled by is his choice of Nina Simone song. In 2015 Obama picked Feeling Good, whereas this year he opted for Sinnerman. We'll try not to read too much into that.
You can listen to Obama's playlists on Spotify now.