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Creating The Best Driving Playlist

4 Apr , 2016  

When it comes to those long road trips, the music choice is essential.

Handing over the aux lead (or CD player if you’re old school) to the passenger can always backfire and lead to some serious in-car arguments! This is where having a pre-made playlist comes in handy.

To make a good playlist, you need a mixture of different genres to suit the mood of every passenger. Have a look at our top picks and get some inspiration for the best driving playlist!

Fast Car – Tracy Chapman

Now then, this song is just an absolute classic. As soon as you hear that instrumental, you know that a huge sing-a-long is about to take place, whether you’re 15 or 75, the lyrics to this song are engraved onto your brain and will be for the rest of your life.

Ride Wit Me – Nelly

For those who love a little bit of throwback RnB, this song is able to bring back all those childhood memories, wishing we had the plaster on our cheek like good old Nelly. Be honest though, shouting ‘Ayy must be the money!’ is way more fun than it should be.

Shut Up & Drive – Rihanna

With every road trip, Shut Up & Drive is just one to have on the playlist. It’s undoubtedly one of the best anthems to have a boogie to and let out your inner sass.

Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey

After singing the first line of this song, it’s almost impossible for you to stop. The catchy lyrics and wicked guitar solos are able to spice up any boring road trip.

Ridin’ – Chamillionaire

Release your inner rapper with this banger, roll down your windows and whip the sunglasses out. You’ve got to admit that at least once you’ve tried to rap every single word without any breaths and failed miserably. To those who have nailed it, well done, you’re talented.

Highway to Hell – AC/DC

Whip out the hands of rock and head bang to this well-known classic. Belt out the chorus with all the voice you have and enjoy the journey with a little bit of old school rock to accompany you on your travels.

Send Me On My Way – Rusted Root

Chill out for a couple of minutes with this super fun and relaxed tune, made famous in the Matilda film. Go ahead and whistle your way into your own little world whilst cruising down the streets.

A Thousand Miles – Vanessa Carlton

This one hit wonder makes you pull out your wild piano skills whilst shaking your head to the beat. No matter how old the song is, it’s one of those which will never die. If playing the invisible piano isn’t your scene, gaze out the window and let out your inner pop singer.

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