Having a Night Shift? Here’s the Perfect Stay-Focused Playlist!

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Hasn’t it happened to you that inspiration comes at night? I know a lot of people who prefer to work at night, whatever the work is, either because it seems to them that at night time yields more, or simply because they feel their brain going faster than during the day.

And that includes me. When I think in early mornings, it’s like my brain automatically gets blocked and one of the hardest things I have dealt in my entire life is to wake up early. It’s super hard. 

When I was at High School and University I had the hardest times, my brain started to work at midday and I was the kind of people nodding off in the middle of the classroom, however, at night, before going to bed, I was doing homework, reading, preparing myself for the test and my grades were the best, therefore, my mom understood that nights are good for me. 

Years passed and I’ve come to decide to work at nights, and of course, I understand the risks that it has. To name some, blood pressure can increase, changes in metabolism or impaired glucose regulation. So I take care of what I eat, I try to sleep at least 8 hours and I do exercise. 

When it comes to inspiration or productivity, I won’t swim against the tide.

I understood many years ago that nights have a great effect on my concentration and I can do great things while everyone is sleeping. 

However not everything is bad, studies have shown that night-people may have a higher IQ, that creativity at nights have a spike on their brains and they remain mentally alert for longer periods and even though we love nights, we are able to adapt to the 9 am-5 pm shift and still being productive. 

Stay-Focused Playlist!
Studies have shown that night people may have a higher IQ, and creativity at nights have a spike on their brains

So talking about productivity, we can always harmonize our working space with great music, therefore, we can stay focus and we can get creative, depending on our purposes.

Thus, there’s a great playlist that we want to share with you so you can play it whenever you feel necessary.

  1. Justin Timberlake – Rock your body 

Don’t you think JT is one of the greatest gifts this planet gave us? Sorry, fan-time. Just put on your headphones and get ready to be productive. 

2. Smoke City – Underwater Love

This song is perfect to get the balls rolling, it has that energy we need to get inspired. It’s a great song, don’t you think?

3. Eve ft. Gwen Stefani – Let Me Blow Ya Mind

Now, prepare yourself to do two things at the same time, move your head and keep working in your thing. 

4. Robbie Williams – Rock DJ

I know this have that ’90s vibe, but this song needs to be in a -night shift playlist-

5. Mac Miller – Stay 

And now, we jump from ’90s vibe to Hip-Hop vibe, you’ll see your productivity will have a spike

6. Anderson Paak – Bubblin

I mean, it’s Anderson Paak, it’s a great song. And if you haven’t watched the video, you definitely should.

7. A$ap Rocky – Everyday 

Love this one a lot! 

8. Childish Gambino – Sweatpants 

 Childish Gambino doing great songs since always. This song is amazing!

9. Kendrick Lamar – Money Trees 

Because Money Trees is the perfect place for shade, right? 

10. Goldlink – Rough Soul

I met Goldlink with this song on Colors Show, and since then, I love him and this song is perfect to maintain your productivity. 


This time listening to these songs was perfect to complete some pending work that I had, I hope it helps you too. 

Having a Night Shift? Here's the Perfect Stay-Focused Playlist!

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Written by Alexandra Patricia

Alexandra enjoys simple things in life, like dancing while walking on the street or teaching her dog new tricks. She has a greater love for writing, reading, music and arts overall.

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