[caption id="attachment_141793" align="aligncenter" width="5088"] Republican presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich speaks at a town hall style meeting Tuesday, July 21, 2015, in Nashua, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole) 


If Gov. John Kasich actually had an iPod, he undoubtedly would have been one of the few not upset about the U2 + iTunes Fiasco of 2014.

Kasich, who officially announced his run for president Monday, spoke on his musical inclinations in a recent C-SPAN interview.

Asked by C-SPAN's Steve Scully, "What's on your iPod?"

He confessed that he didn't have one, but said that he did have an iPad. "I don't have an iPod," as if anyone wondered whether he still had an iPod. But he continued "I have an iPad, and

"I have some Christian music," Kasich said, before calling it "good stuff."

He also listed Linkin Park, U2, and "a lot of different bands" as his favorites.

"I used to be a fan of Kanye, but I lost a little interest there," Kasich noted.

Most of America can relate.

Watch the interview via The Hill: