BARACK Obama has revealed which songs he is listening to this summer... and they include one of Hove’s own. 

The former US president shared his annual post of his summer playlist. 

And this year, it features Praise You by Hove DJ Fatboy Slim among other big names. 

Obama, 60, tweeted: “Every year, I get excited to share my summer playlist because I learn about so many new artists from your replies - it’s an example of how music really can bring us all together.

“Here’s what I’ve been listening to this summer. What songs would you add?”

Praise You is Fatboy’s hit from 1999 and features a prominent vocal sample from the opening of Take Yo' Praise by Camille Yarbrough.

The Argus:

It reached number one in the UK Singles Chart and in Iceland, number four in Canada, number six in Ireland, and number 36 in the United States.

Top on the list of the former president’s summer picks was Beyonce’s newly released track Break My Soul.

The song is due to feature on her seventh studio album Renaissance, which arrives on Friday.

The Argus: Former president Barack Obama. Photo: PAFormer president Barack Obama. Photo: PA

Music For A Sushi Restaurant, from Harry Styles' third solo offering Harry’s House, was just below on the list. It has just been shortlisted for this year’s Mercury Prize.

Fellow Mercury Prize nominees Wet Leg also made the list, with their track Angelica.

The duo have enjoyed a run of success after being placed on the BBC’s Sound of 2022 list.

Obama also chose modern tracks including Tems’ Vibe Out, Burna Boy’s Last Last, and Ojitos Lindos by Bad Bunny and  Bomba Estereo.

The former president also mixed in classic songs from late and great artists including Blue In Green by Miles Davis, Save Me by Aretha Franklin and Let’s Go Crazy by Prince.