Barack Obama
Barack Obama shared a special post on his Facebook page ahead of New Year’s Day. Pictured: Former President Barack Obama speaks at a rally to support Michigan democratic candidates on Oct. 26, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images

Last year, former President Barack Obama shared a list of tunes he enjoyed listening to during 2017. On Friday, he returned to Facebook to share a new list featuring his favorite songs, movies and books of 2018.

“As 2018 draws to a close, I’m continuing a favorite tradition of mine and sharing my year-end lists. It gives me a moment to pause and reflect on the year through the books, movies, and music that I found most thought-provoking, inspiring, or just plain loved,” he wrote.

“It also gives me a chance to highlight talented authors, artists, and storytellers – some who are household names and others who you may not have heard of before.”

Check out the 22 songs Obama loved in 2018 below.

1. “Apes**t” by The Carters

2. “Bad Bad News” by Leon Bridges

3. “Could’ve Been” by H.E.R. (feat. Bryson Tiller)

4. “Disco Yes” by Tom Misch (feat. Poppy Ajudha)

5. “Ekombe” by Jupiter & Okwess

6. “Every Time I Hear That Song” by Brandi Carlile

7. “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” by Ashley McBryde

8. “Historia De Un Amor” by Tonina (feat. Javier Limón and Tali Rubinstein)

9. “I Like It” by Cardi B (feat. Bad Bunny and J Balvin)

10. “Kevin’s Heart” by J. Cole

11. “King For A Day” by Anderson East

12. “Love Lies” by Khalid & Normani

13. “Make Me Feel” by Janelle Monáe

14. “Mary Don’t You Weep” (Piano & A Microphone 1983 Version) by Prince

15. “My Own Thing” by Chance the Rapper (feat. Joey Purp)

16. “Need a Little Time” by Courtney Barnett

17. “Nina Cried Power” by Hozier (feat. Mavis Staples)

18. “Nterini” by Fatoumata Diawara

19. “One Trick Ponies” by Kurt Vile

20. “Turnin’ Me Up” by BJ the Chicago Kid

21. “Wait by the River” by Lord Huron

22. “Wow Freestyle” by Jay Rock (feat. Kendrick Lamar)

*Bonus: Obama was also fond of every song on one particular album and gave a special nod to the artist who died earlier this month. “And in honor of one of the great jazz singers of all time, who died this year, a classic album: ‘The Great American Songbook’ by Nancy Wilson,” he wrote, ending his post.