Justin Trudeau's summer playlist includes Drake, Shawn Mendes
Link posted to Twitter also includes Alessia Cara, Blue Rodeo, Fiona Apple and Peter Gabriel
If you're wondering what Justin Trudeau listens to in his downtime, look no further: the prime minister has released an official Spotify playlist.
Not surprisingly, more than a dozen of the 39 tracks are by Canadian artists. Some might be on your playlist, as well — Drake's Signs, Shawn Mendes's There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back and Alessia Cara's Scars to Your Beautiful are among them.
The list includes songs for just about every mood, like R.E.M's melancholy hit Everybody Hurts, K-OS's energetic tune Crabbuckit and the chart-topping remix of Luis Fonsi's Despacito, which features vocals from Justin Bieber.
Trudeau revealed his "PM Mix" by posting a link to the streaming service on Twitter Saturday.
What am I listening to this summer? What should I be? Check out the PM Mix playlist on Spotify: <a href="https://t.co/HXZxCVeree">https://t.co/HXZxCVeree</a> <a href="https://t.co/zvK7ZJuG99">pic.twitter.com/zvK7ZJuG99</a>—@JustinTrudeau
"What am I listening to this summer? What should I be?" Trudeau posted on Twitter Saturday in both English and French with a link to his selections.
The prime minister might have taken a lead from former U.S. president Barack Obama, who released summer playlists in both 2015 and 2016. His 2016 list was among the most listened to on Spotify when it was released.
Obama's choices included Common, Janelle Monae and classic tunes by Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan and Aretha Franklin.
Check out Trudeau's full list below.
With files from the Associated Press