Questlove, a music producer and frontman for the Grammy Award-winning band The Roots, curated a playlist for former first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaMichelle Obama calls on teachers to help students register to vote The Obamas' silence on Joe Biden is deafening  Michelle Obama pays tribute to late Disney star Cameron Boyce MORE’s “Become” book tour.

The three-part playlist, titled “The Michelle Obama Musiaqualogy,” features 300 tracks and includes music by Michael Jackson, Prince, Kendrick Lamar, Beyoncé, Erykah Badu, Aretha Franklin and a number of other hit-makers, Billboard reported Tuesday.

According to the publication, the playlist trilogy, which is also organized by decade from 1964 to 2018, will be played at stops along the former first lady’s upcoming tour for her new memoir. 


"Like a lot of people, I connect many of my memories with the songs and melodies I was listening to at the time," Obama said in a statement to Billboard.

"From the jazz and Stevie Wonder of my childhood, to Prince and Earth, Wind & Fire as I came into my own as an adult, to Beyoncé, Janelle Monáe, and so many others who provided the stirring backbeats of my time in the White House -- music has always been a defining part of who I've become.”

"That's why I'm so thankful to Questlove for curating these playlists and infusing them with his signature style,” she continued. “Life's a little better when we live it to Questlove's beat." 

Questlove’s playlist is also streaming on Spotify and on the musician’s Pandora station.

The former first lady kicked off a 10-city tour for the new book earlier last week in her hometown of Chicago.

A number of prominent figures, including Oprah Winfrey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Reese Witherspoon and Tracee Ellis Ross, are scheduled to join the former first lady on stage at locations along the tour.