Packing the car, cranking up some tunes and hitting the road, is an underestimated experience, and also undoubtedly the best way to travel. While good storytelling and nostalgic nitpicking with your close pals is a requirement, backseat singalongs and nomadic anthems are important too. So, assembled are the best road trips songs to fire up as you head out.
Britney Spears, “Toxic”, “Oops, I Did It Again”
“Too high, can’t come down”, were the early 2000s great. Bare midriffs in baby tees, spray tans and baggy sweats; the fashion, the music, all alluded the same vibe. People who’ve lived vividly through the first decade of 2000s knew what ‘happy and you know it’ felt like. This special playlist will keep you going on the long stretch of road ahead.
Gwen Stefani, “Hollaback Girl”
“Uh huh this my sh**. All the girls stomp your feet like this”, we all know the lyrics to this one.
Lil Wayne, “Lollipop”, “A Milli”
‘Lollipop’ is the song you can bump an entire decade later, and even after those yet to pass. It’s a golden.
In the 2007 hit, ‘A Milli’, Weezy likened himself to “Nigerian hair” and “a venereal disease” – the guy was hip hop’s avant garde.
Snoop Dogg, “Drop It Like It’s Hot”
‘Drop It’ earned a place just inside the top 50 songs of the entire decade according to Billboard’s computations, at No. 48, just saying.
Amy Winehouse, “Back To Black”, “Rehab”
This song may not be the ultimate banger, but this Amy song will calm all your demons. Moreover, when you’re done yapping and in mood for some scenery watching, ‘Back To Black‘ in the background is perfect!
The singer’s self-penned single, an autobiographical look at her own refusal, ‘Rehab‘ is also worth a million listens. The song charted all over!
P!nk, “Get The Party Started”
This P!nk breakthrough song will have you bringing the party wherever you go.
Justin Timberlake, “Sexy Back”
‘Sexy Back’ is a great song and will remain iconic for years to come, for sure.
Soulja Boy, “Crank That”
50 Cent, “Candy Shop”
2pac, “California Love”