It's always fascinating to hear exactly what some of the most famous musicians in the world have in their own music library - and now one of them has kindly revealed just that in a new interview.

Bruce Springsteen shared some of the artists that he is most enjoying on his laptop with Variety, and there are one or two surprises in there - most notably Kanye West.

Although Springsteen has publicly revealed his admiration for West in the past, it's his most recent album 'The Life of Pablo' that he singles out for praise as 'an amazing creation'.

Other acts that he's a fan of include Lana Del Rey, British singer Rumer, folk singer Sam Amidon and The National.

See his comments/selections below and read the full interview here.

Steve Earle “One of the greatest. I listen to him a lot — he’s always writing songs I wish I’d written.”
Brian Fallon [from Gaslight Anthem]
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” soundtrack “An incredible creation, the show was fantastic”
Lana Del Rey “I love her, especially the extended version of her first record [“Born to Die: The Paradise Edition”].
Iron & Wine [veteran American indie band led by Sam Beam]
Thea Gilmore [British singer-songwriter]
Dry the River [British rock band]
Jakob Dylan “He’s done some good writing, especially on [‘Women + Country’], the record he made with T Bone Burnett.”
Ben Harper [veteran American singer-songwriter]
Antony and the Johnsons’ “I Am a Bird Now” album
The National “I’m a big fan, and my son [Evan] is a huge fan.”
Kanye West’s “Life of Pablo” album “I thought that was an amazing creation, especially the arrangements.”
Sufjan Stevens “He’s great.”
Frank Turner [British singer-songwriter]
Lucinda Williams “She’s fabulous.”
Rumer [British singer-songwriter]
Sam Amidon [American singer-songwriter]
Magnetic Fields’ “69 Love Songs” album “I love a lot of Stephin Merritt’s records, but especially that one.”