What we first thought may have been a joke, is probably still a joke. Both yesterday and today, Beatport “First charts” started popping up all over the site – some more believable than others. While it’s feasible to us that Johnny Depp would be into a playlist that features appearances from underground stars like Kate Simko and Nina Kraviz, it’s less likely that good ol’ Mittens listened to Cedric Gervais’s “Molly” on the campaign trail or that Obama is a huge Ben Gomori fan. What do you guys think? Is it all a ruse from our friends over at Beatport? Check out all of the “charts” after the break.
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