Running for president is a difficult encounter, physically and rationally, and even the most energetic of competitors need approaches to loosen up on the battle field. A standout amongst the most ideal approaches to do that is with music, and on Friday, Sen. Kamala Harris shared her late spring playlist for the battle field with Bustle, so fans can get a thought of what she’ll be knocking to out and about.

“I’m a firm devotee that we as a whole need to discover an opportunity to move, to sing and to bop our heads a bit, so I’m sharing the melodies I’m tuning in to in the vehicle out on the battle field this late spring,” Harris said in an email to Bustle. “Regardless of whether we’re driving from Sacramento to Reno or Dubuque to Chicago – this playlist dependably lifts me up.” You can stream her playlist on Spotify.

Here’s Harris’ full playlist:

“Work That” – Mary J. Blige

“Like a Girl” – Lizzo

“Improve It (ft. Smokey Robinson)” – Anderson .Paak

“Sun Is Shining” – Bob Marley and The Wailers

“Before I Let Go” (Live) – Beyoncé

“Push It” – Salt-N-Pepa

“Young lady” – Destiny’s Child

“What If” – India.Arie

“Staring off into space” – Aretha Franklin

“To what extent Do I Have To Wait For You?” – Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings

“Kiss” – Prince

“Lecture” – John Legend

“Night Drive” – Ari Lennox

“Young ladies Like You (ft. Cardi B)” – Maroon 5

“Would i be able to Kick It?” – A Tribe Called Quest

“One Nation Under a Groove” – Funkadelic

“Someone Loves You” – Betty Who

“NASA” – Ariana Grande

“Higher (ft. Nipsey Hussle and John Legend)” – DJ Khaled

“Cold Sweat” – James Brown

“Diversion Paradise” – Stevie Wonder

“Give Me A chance to shake” – Marc Bassy (Oakland)

“Dim Skin Women” – GoldLink (DC)

“Opportunity (ft. Kendrick Lamar)” – Beyoncé

“Reachin’ 2 Much (ft. Lalah Hathaway)” – Anderson.Paak

“In the Air Tonight” – Phil Collins

“My Soul on Fire” – LaVern Baker

“Voyage in Satchidananda” – Alice Coltrane

“Staple goods” – Chance the Rapper

“Booed Up” – Ella Mai

“Talk” – Khalid

“Be Careful (Clean)” – Cardi B

“Kid with Luv (ft. Halsey)” – BTS

“Earfquake” – Tyler, The Creator

“Ride Natty Ride” – Bob Marley and The Wailers

“Tolerance” – Tame Impala

“Baila” – Ozuna

“MIA” – Bad Bunny

“Chan” – Buena Vista Social Club

“Ain’t No Stoppin Us Now” – McFadden and Whitehead

“Everyone Loves the Sunshine” – Roy Ayers

“Zulu Screams” – GoldLink

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke

“Toast” – Koffee

“Got the chance to Be Real” – Cheryl Lynn

“Closer” – Goapele

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By and large, Harris’ playlist is a decent blend of new (Lizzo, Kendrick Lamar, Tame Impala) and old (Sam Cooke, Phil Collins). There are some lesser-realize craftsmen blended in with the greater names, and in spite of the fact that it traverses a few classifications, it for the most part veers toward soul, R&B, hip-bounce, and pop.

This isn’t the first run through Harris has given voters knowledge into her melodic tastes. The California representative shared her “state of mind blend” with The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in January, and a few of the specialists she incorporated into that blend have returned on her late spring playlist, including Beyoncé, A Tribe Called Quest, Bob Marley and The Wailers, Salt-N-Pepa, and Prince.


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