Some of the 16 tracks include “Clique” by Kanye West, Jay-Z and Big Sean, U2’s “Where the Streets Have No Name,” "Viva La Vida" by Coldplay, and “Feel So Close” by Calvin Harris.

Rubio also lists “Bon, Bon” by Florida-born rapper Pitbull — an entertainer the senator had been critical of in the past. In an interview with GQ last year Rubio said of Pitbull, “There's always been a party person, but he's a young guy. You know, maybe as he gets older, he'll reflect in his music more as time goes on. I mean, he's not Tupac. He's not gonna be writing poetry.”

Last week, Rep. Eric CantorEric CantorEric Cantor offering advice to end ‘immigration wars’ Trump's olive branch differs from the golden eras of bipartisanship After divisive rally, Trump calls for unity MORE (R-Va.) expressed disappointment that Spotify was banned in the House. The measure was reportedly an effort to protect House data.

"House blocked Spotify? This is 2013. It is a legal service that should be allowed. Pandora, YouTube, iTunes, Spotify… Let the music flow!" Cantor wrote on Twitter