Bruce Springsteen and President Barack Obama have joined forces for a new original podcast, titled Renegades: Born In The USA, available now on Spotify. According to the official announcement, “Renegades is an eight-episode podcast featuring a deep and revealing conversation between the two friends, exploring a wide array of topics including race, fatherhood, marriage, and the state of America. It is a personal, in-depth discussion exploring their pasts, their beliefs, and the country that they love — as it was, as it is, and as it ought to be going forward.”

USA Today reported Obama says of “The Boss” in the new podcast, “He's a white guy from a small town in Jersey. I'm a black guy of mixed race born in Hawaii with a childhood that took me around the world. He's a rock n' roll icon. I'm a lawyer and politician, not as cool. And as I like to remind Bruce every chance I get, he's more than a decade older than me. Although, he looks damn good.”

Not too long ago, Bruce Springsteen recalled that the night that Barack Obama was elected president in 2008 stands as one of the most meaningful of his life: “You spend 35 years singing your songs about a place. You see the country drifting further from democratic values, drifting further from a sense of. . . any fair sense of economic justice — and you just keep singing your songs. And then a night comes when after 35 years, something happens that you didn't think you might see in your lifetime, which is that country, it actually shows its face one night — the election night. You go, 'I don't believe it!'”

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