Obama had to be persuaded to sing a few lines from “Sweet Home Chicago” when Jagger handed him the microphone after a blues concert earlier this week in the White House.

Jagger admitted that it was “a hard moment for the president to get out of.”

Obama hasn’t been able to escape compliments about his singing voice — and requests for more — since singing a line from Al GreenAlexander (Al) N. GreenThe Memo: Trump's race tactics fall flat Trump administration ending support for 7 Texas testing sites as coronavirus cases spike The Hill's Coronavirus Report: Miami mayor worries about suicide and domestic violence rise; Trump-governor debate intensifies MORE’s  “Let’s Stay Together” last month at a fundraiser in New York City.

“I thought he was courageous, because there was some element of reluctance,” Jagger said of the president.