President Obama, who hasn't missed an entertainment or hip radio, internet or television venue through the campaign, had a pretaped interview with an Ohio station, blathering about what's on his iPod.
Trouble is it was broadcast on Monday as the US faced one of the most devastating and destructive storms in its history.
“I’ve got a pretty good mix. I’ve got old school. Stevie Wonder and James Brown. I’ve got Rolling Stones. Bob Dylan. And then I’ve got everything from Jay-Z to Eminem to the Fugees to you name it,” Obama told DJ E.J. Greig of Cincinnati’s 101.1 The Wiz in a pre-taped interview.
“There’s probably not a group that you play that I don’t have on my iPod. So I’ve got some jazz, John Coltrane, Miles Davis. Got some Gil Scott Heron on there. You gotta mix it up,” he said. “It just depends on the mood I’m in.”