10 Songs to listen to on your next road trip

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No road trip is complete without an amazing playlist. The songs that you listen to during the trip keep the memories alive. You will have subconsciously associated the song and every time you listen to it in the future, you will have chills down your spine. You will wish you were back in your car. Here is a list of 10 songs that you should listen to on your trip, but there’s more! We will tell you what songs work best with what kind of landscape as well. Wait, there’s more, the songs are from three different languages! Happy journey!

  1. Dil Chahta Hai Title track- Starting with a classic, this movie and song set the trend of a Goa trip for all youngsters across the country. Needless to say, this song will fit in perfectly if you’re going on a Goa Trip of your own! You can also listen to it while driving down a road with a view of the beach, like Maravanthe in Karnataka.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9coA7bcpJII
  2. Kaagadadha Dhoniyalli- This Kannada song shows Rakshith Shetty taking a solo road trip across ghats and bridges and beaches. The chorus translates to “Is it time for me to set sail on a paper boat?” and the rest of the song is also filled with beautiful personifications. The song is perfect for solo trips or trips in a quiet atmosphere and serenity.

  3. Tanha Dil- This song, in Shaan’s melodious voice, takes you to across the globe while sitting in one place. Listen to this song while journeying across the western ghats with a filter coffee in your hand. Heaven on Earth, seriously.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__qkzfWhi6g
  4. Country Roads- This song is perfect for, you guessed it, country roads! An all time Classic, this song will also fit into every road trip regardless of the scenery.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vrEljMfXYo
  5. Eastside- One of the newer songs on the list, Khalid and Halsey take you through the journey of two lovers, which gives a positive, reminiscent feel. This song is perfect for hill station trip or as the singers themselves say “Drive down to the coast, jump in the sea, just take my hand and come with me”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56WBK4ZK_cw

  6. Yun Hi Chala Chal Rahi- What would Udit Narayan and Kailash Kher on the same song be like? Two singers who have a separate fan base of their own due to their unique voices, this song brings it together in a beautiful fusion. This song fills you with new hope by showing how there is beauty in the small things of life.

  7. I took a pill in Ibiza- Mike Posner created the go-to song for parties across the world. He describes the story of a fallen pop story, caught in the glamour of the rockstar Lifestyle. If you are taking a road trip across the major metropolitan areas, then this is a song that you absolutely must listen to.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foE1mO2yM04
  8. Ambar- There is a very high probability that you have never come across this song. Trust me, you’re missing out. Raghu Dixit has the ability to capture your attention for hours if he keeps singing and this song is a case in point. Ambar’s chorus translates to “I find your name on the horizon every evening, I find your name written on my window with dew drops”

  9. Ilahi- This song captures Ranbir Kapoor’s journey across cities as a cameraman. Do listen to this song when you in a similar situation (not as a cameraman per se!) Mohit Chauhan’s voice and the beat fit together perfectly in this bright, cheery song.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdubeMFwuGs
  10. Old Town Road- Hip-hop fans, did you think we forgot about you? Of course not! This song is currently blowing the internet away due to its music genre crossover between country and hip-hop and it is sure is catchy as hell!

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