Naomi Osaka reveals songs on her pre-match playlist: Eminem, Rihanna, MJ, and more

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Naomi Osaka reveals songs on her pre-match playlist: Eminem, Rihanna, MJ, and more

Naomi Osaka, in collaboration with mental health platform Modern Health, put together her pre-match playlist for her fans to enjoy on Spotify. “In the next phase of its partnership with Osaka, Modern Health released a pre-match playlist curated by the tennis champion, along with a new series of meditations titled "Embrace the Moment" that she's narrated, centered around preparing for a big event.

Osaka's pre-match playlist, available to everyone on Spotify, includes personally selected songs from her go-to genres, including Hip Hop, R&B, as well as her favorite Asian artists like SHAUN,” says the official press release.

Here are a few of the songs found on Osaka’s playlist:

  • N95 by Kendrick Lamar
  • Run the World (Girls) by Beyonce
  • Hey Ya! by Outkast
  • Pump Up The Jam by Technotronic
  • Vegas by Doja Cat
  • Dirt Off Your Shoulder by JAY-Z
  • Make It Right (feat.

    Lauv) by BTS and Lauv

  • Sabotage by Beastie Boys
  • Canned Heat by Jamiroquai
  • X Gon’ Give It To Ya by DMX
  • Don’t Stop The Music by Rihanna
  • You Rock My World by Michael Jackson
  • Killmonger by Ludwig Goransson
  • Way Back Home by SHAUN
  • Passin’ Me By by The Pharcyde
  • Navajo by Masego
  • When Doves Cry by Prince
  • Lose Yourself by Eminem
  • Numb by JAY-Z and Linkin Park
  • I Like It by Cardi B, Bad Bunny, and J Balvin
You can find the whole playlist on Spotify by searching for Naomi Osaka’s Pre-Match Playlist.

Osaka admitted she is anxious before US Open

Osaka acknowledged that she hasn't played well in recent weeks but is determined to have a big US Open run. "I feel like I would have lied a day ago or so and said that I was really relaxed.

But actually, like, when I practiced today I felt very anxious. I think it's 'cause I really want to do well 'cause I feel I haven't been doing well lately," Osaka said, per James Gray.

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