Jeffrey Epstein's Spotify Account Reveals He Listened to Aerosmith, Michael Jackson and Louis C.K.

Jeffrey Epstein

BY Josiah HughesPublished Aug 22, 2019

Billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has been a source of much speculation and obsession since he died of an apparent suicide while in prison on August 10. Many are poring over his unsealed court documents, flight logs and shockingly vast network of high-profile associates in the wake of his death, but we can also learn about Epstein by looking at his social media profiles — including his Spotify account.

Business Insider has uncovered Epstein's Spotify account, and it points to the sex offender's penchant for underage girls. Specifically, songs that appear on his playlists have titles that hint at inappropriate age differences in relationships, including Van Halen's "Hot for Teacher" and Oscar Peterson's "My Heart Belongs to Daddy."

Other artists that appeared on Epstein's playlists include Michael Jackson, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, the Who, Elton John, the Doors, Pitbull, Billy Joel, Bob Dylan, the Beach Boys, David Guetta, Tchaikovsky, Christian singer Morris Chapman and a variety of Broadway showtunes.

Oscar Peterson was Epstein's most streamed artist, with Ludwig van Beethoven and Céline Dion taking the respective second- and third-place spots. 

Outside of music, Epstein also had Louis C.K.'s 2010 stand-up special Hilarious on a playlist.

For more details about Epstein's social media presence, you can read the in-depth Business Insider piece here.


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