Barack Obama Makes First Appearance On Billboard Charts | Def Pen
Jay-Z, left to right, President Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen smile during a campaign event at Nationwide Arena Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

Throughout his time in the public eye, Barack Obama has been nothing short of incredible. At age 28, he jumped on to the scene as the first Black student to be ever be named as the head of the Harvard Law Review. From there, he became the first black man ever to be named as the Presidential nominee for the Democratic Party. Not to mention, he is also the first African-American ever to be elected as President of the United States. More recently, he signed a massive deal with Netflix and was named as the most admired man among Americans. With all of that going for him, Barack Obama is showing no signs of slowing down in 2019.

Obama has landed on the Billboard charts for the first time. This week, the former President landed at number twenty-two on the Billboard Hot R&B songs chart with his song, “One Last Time (44 Remix)”. On the track, Obama delivers his rendition of George Washington’s farewell address. The former president is featured on the song with Hamilton creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, as the lead act. In the song, In addition, the song features gospel singer, BeBe Winans, and Hamilton actor, Christopher Jackson. Listen to the full song above.



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