New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Facebook Live Wednesday that music-streaming giant Spotify would move into Four World Trade Center and create over 1,000 jobs.
While that's nice for Manhattan, it's Cuomo's taste in music that has our attention across the state.
The governor tweeted out a 28-song playlist, which you can listen to below, that fuses classic rock, New York-themed tracks and even a touch of Bruno Mars.
Can't you see Cuomo getting fired up for the work day with Bon Jovi's "Work for the Working Man," strutting to the water cooler to Levon Helm's "Take Me to the River," then zoning out to Pete Seeger's "The Water Is Wide" when he gets hungry at 3 p.m.?
It's not surprising that Cuomo includes three songs by Lady Gaga, who co-wrote a 2015 op-ed with the governor on Billboard.com to support a strong policy against sexual abuse on college campuses.
Back in 2013, The New York Times dug deeper into the friendship between Cuomo and Billy Joel, a New York native himself. The creator of "Piano Man" boasts four tracks, the most of any artist, on the playlist.
Listen to the playlist below: