Best Spotify Playlists For Finals Week
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Best Spotify Playlists For Finals Week

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Best Spotify Playlists For Finals Week

Finals week is stressful enough. Trying to find that perfect playlist to jam to while cramming before the big test can take a huge chunk out of your study time. Don't waste your time searching – here is every playlist you could ever need for finals week.

Study time starts now.

If you are looking for light, instrumental pieces that will help you tune out the rest of the world, this is the playlist for you. This is a fairly short playlist, which is a negative to this one.

Acoustic lounge.

Acoustic covers of all your favorite songs. You may get tempted to sing along as you study, but it will also make your study sesh not as boring.

Evening chill.

Here's the playlist for the indie lovers. The songs are light and easy to listen to. Not too distracting and not too boring, either.

Focus: modern classical and electronic.

This playlist is a really good blend of classical music and electronic music (as the title suggests). At first, I didn't think this would be a good blend, but listening to a sample of the tracks, all the songs provide good ambient beats to tune out what you need to.

Mellow beats.

This playlist is a compilation of instrumentals that have a little more going on. There are some instrumentals of popular rap songs thrown in there, too.


Fairly simple instrumental music. This playlist is pretty easy to listen to, and even though some of the songs can get busy, it doesn't become distracting. Good amount of piano music in this playlist.

All the feels.

If you want to get in your feelings and cry as you study your life away, this is your playlist. Tons of Drake, Frank Ocean, The Weekend, and similar artists. Again, you may be tempted to sing along to the songs, but sometimes you need that in your routine.

Your favorite coffeehouse.

Coffeehouses are a magical place for studying. If you are unable to get a seat in Blackbird, get the same atmosphere at home with this playlist. Unwind and get crap done with this.


If you're in a slump and need something to get yourself back in focus, this playlist has a bunch of high energy songs to wake you up and get your focus back on the right track.

Peaceful piano.

Everything piano, here. This relaxing playlist features a good amount of really nice piano songs. A good playlist if you really need to concentrate.


This playlist is put together for those who are trying to finish that final essay. Get your inspiration from songs with titles such as, "Paperback Writer" and "Oxford Comma."

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