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These days if you want to make half-decent dough (or at least keep your sanity) i think you need to try and get out of the city, really. All those hours spent struggling in the city traffic, A2 standstill, blackwall tunnel, ULEZ; shite. These days I get stuck into the M25 instead, out to the minor industrial zones, west london, herts, the ebb and flow of the canvey island delta. Is it any better? No.
But i am in specialist industries, not a hybrid work from home lad, we only tend to do that on a Friday for the paperwork really. So off you go, make endless playlists, bang it out.
Ultimately in the car you have to be able to sing along i think; it's easy to be a music head but a lot harder to get to know the lyrics to every Patrice Rushen song off "Now"
So i have ended up with some of the best 80s boogie playlists in the business, I reckon. You need apple music for them, though
Wont post the truly bait ones that you've all heard before so lets go for some Steve Monite from Lagos (what a bassline btw), BB&Q Band (you have to shout out RUNNING when they do), Aurra for the seamless segue from spoken word intro into first verse I can think of, and then Lou Rawls for when you get home and you're trying to be nice to the Mrs
If you are feeling bait you can swap these out for Teardrops, D Train, a bit of Luther, upto you. The playlist these are off is near on seven hours so they're all in there somewhere