The Late Night Playlist You Didn't Know You Needed
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The Late Night Playlist You Didn't Know You Needed

Because everyone needs a late night drive jam session in their lives


I don't know about you but in college, there's a ton of late nights happening whether it's traveling or spending it in the library. Hopefully, this can be a playlist you can just throw on and vibe to regardless of what you're doing. The playlist can be found on my Apple Music (@cambre_rae) if you'd like to listen!!

1. Lilo - The Japanese House 

2. Love It If We Made It - The 1975

3. Lost Boy - Jaden Smith 

4. White Ferrari - Frank Ocean 

5. Still - The Japanese House 

6. Ribs - Lorde 

7. Wildfire (feat. Frank Ocean) - John Mayer 

8. Malibu Nights - LANY

9. Saw You In A Dream - The Japanese House 

10. Wash. - Bon Iver 

11. On The Train Ride Home - The Paper Kites 

12. Violent Crimes - Kanye West 

13. Babylon - David Gray 

14. From the Dining Table - Harry Styles 

15. Shallow - Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper 

16. Lost In The Light - Bahamas 

17. Dear, Home - EXES

18. Fire Escape - Foster The People 

19. Dreams - Fleetwood Mac 

20. Biking (Solo) - Frank Ocean 

21. Like Real People Do - Hozier 

22. Always Remember Us This Way - Lady Gaga

23. Video Games - Lana Del Rey

24. Dumb Stuff- LANY

25. Sleep On The Floor- The Lumineers 

26. Somebody Else- The 1975

27. City of Angels - Miguel 

28. Woodland - The Paper Kites 

29. Patience - The Lumineers 

30. Loving Someone- The 1975 

31. Sincerity Is Scary - The 1975

32. Cranes In The Sky - Solange 

33. Gale Song - The Lumineers 

34. Fast Car- Tracy Chapman 

35. Snaggletooth - Vance Joy 

36. Don't Wanna Be Your Girl - Wet 

37. Taking Me Back - LANY 

38. 29 #Strafford APTS - Bon Iver 

39. D'vocean - EASTGHOST

40. Give Me - Boy In Space 

41. Better - Khalid 

42. Suncity (Feat. Empress Of) - Khalid 

43. Motion - Khalid 

44. Saturday Nights - Khalid 

45. Vertigo - Khalid 

46. Who Hurt You? - Daniel Caesar 

47. when the party's over - Billie Ellish 

48. Young Lovers - Dutchkid 

49. Seasons (Feat. Khalid) - 6LACK

50. Pretty Little Fears (feat. J Cole) - 6LACK

51. Scripture - 6LACK 

52. Slow Dancing In The Dark- Joji

53. Automobile - Kaleo 

54. Stay - Post Malone 

55. Postcard (feat. Gordi) - Troye Sivan 

56. The Good Side - Troye Sivan 

57. Jungle (Acoustic Version) - Saint Mesa 

58. Sunflower - Rex Orange County 

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