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For the past eight years, the Obamas gave rap and Black music a place to call home.

Jasmyn Lawson has dropped her most rewarding project to date: Every Barack and Michelle Obama GIF you’ll ever need” at GIPHY.com.

President Obama launched humorous counterstrikes against his opponents during his eight years in office. He used the Correspondents' Dinners masterfully.

Kenan Thompson and Chance The Rapper pay homage to our Black president with “Jingle Barack” (sounds like “Jingle Bell Rock”) on SNL.

The President and Mrs. Obama have shown their love for black art (and artists)—from poetry and spoken word to actors and singers— throughout this most historic presidency.

Research on left-handed people points to their heightened sense of resiliency, since most of their life is spent re-adjusting and acclimating to a holistically right-handed world.

President Barack Obama has an obvious passion for sports—especially basketball and golf. His love has surfaced throughout his life and presidency.

After seeing a wee trick-or-treater dressed as the recently departed Prince, President Obama belted out a (very soulful) few lines of “Purple Rain” as he dropped a few goodies in his Halloween pumpkin.

According to reports, Barack Obama is considering becoming the co-owner of an NBA franchise.

There are plenty of real moments in the Obama presidency, but NewsOne has gathered the best for your viewing pleasure.