Scott Morrison’s Spotify playlists revealed


Australians laugh at Scott Morrison’s musical tastes after his Spotify playlists show off – and you’ll be shocked at some of the artists he’s rehearsed

  • Journalist Cameron Wilson shared Scott Morrison’s Spotify playlists on TikTok
  • Crikey News reporter discovered his account was linked in a 2018 Tweet
  • PM’s playlists are mostly religious songs, including Hillsong United
  • He also gives his name to his playlists, notably “Scomo’s Global Eighties”
  • Many were amused by Scomo’s song choices, while others felt they were tasteful.










Australians were amused by Scott Morrison’s musical tastes after the disclosure of his Spotify playlists.

Crikey News reporter Cameron Wilson revealed the Prime Minister’s playlists in a video on TikTok after discovering he accidentally left his public profile.

After tracing the Prime Minister’s account, which was linked to an official Twitter post in 2018, Mr Wilson discovered that the nation’s leader had an eclectic collection of genres on his streaming service.

A devout Pentecostal, Mr. Morrison tunes in primarily to Christian rock – with several playlists dedicated to religious songs, including Scomo’s Worship, Gospel Christmas, Hillsong United, and Top 40 Christian Hits.

Australians were amused after Scott Morrison’s eclectic Spotify playlists were exhibited (pictured)

While some of his favorite tracks might not come as a surprise, the newsworthy tracks from his Spotify playlists might.

SCOMO’S FAVORITE ARTISTS

Hillsong United

DJ Tiesto

Taylor Swift

Tears for fears

Ballet Spandau

Yello

The the

Madonna

Prince

“He has all these playlists that he names after himself, like ‘Scomo’s Global Eighties and’ How Good is Oz Rock?

He also discovered that Mr Morrison had an ear for certain unexpected styles after catching the PM listening to metal and Dutch electronic DJ Tiesto, as well as following Taylor Swift.

Among the artists recently performed by the Prime Minister were pop groups Spandau Ballet and Tears For Fears, Swiss electronic duo Yello and English post-punk group The The.

Prince, Madonna, Grace Jones and Pet Shop Boys were also on his list of recently played artists.

The clip went viral, racking up more than 28,000 reactions – with Australians either humorous or unsurprised by the revelations.

“The fact that one of the three people he’s following is Taylor Swift. LMAO, ”wrote one woman.

“It’s unreasonably funny,” another added, while a third added: “Scomo makes playlists like a 14-year-old girl.”

“Can’t we have an embarrassing Prime Minister once in my life?” Hillsong, yikes, ”wrote another.

Crikey News reporter Cameron Wilson shared a video on TikTok detailing what he learned while unearthing the Prime Minister's musical tastes on his public Spotify account.

Crikey News reporter Cameron Wilson shared a video on TikTok detailing what he learned while unearthing the Prime Minister’s musical tastes on his public Spotify account.

Many of Mr. Morrison's Spotify playlists featured religious songs, including Hillsong Christmas and The Cult of Scomo

Many of Mr. Morrison’s Spotify playlists featured religious songs, including Hillsong Christmas and The Cult of Scomo

However, some thought the music listings were tasteful while others believed her daughters might be the ones who followed Taylor Swift through her account.

Others were shocked to realize that their group choices overlapped with those of the Prime Minister.

“I went to see this and I think it’s my biggest regret. Seeing a song I love on one of these playlists is going to haunt me, ”wrote one woman.

“Oh, I love tears for tears too! Another added.

“Bruh, he listens to too many songs that I listen to,” said a third.

Mr. Morrison and his family are very open about their faith and have been members of the Horizon Church in Sutherland Shire, South Sydney, for over a decade.

The Pentecostal faith has customs such as speaking in tongues, dressing for prayer, laying on of hands healing, and vigorous worship services.

Many Australians were surprised to find that their musical tastes overlapped with those of the Prime Minister.  Pictured: Mr. Morrison's Spotify playlists

Many Australians were surprised to find that their musical tastes overlapped with those of the Prime Minister. Pictured: Mr. Morrison’s Spotify playlists


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