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We Made an Awesome Friday Playlist to Get You Through Your Work Week

You can get through even the worst job with the right music.

It's Monday, which means it's time to start looking forward to Friday. Listen, I work for a music website, which is just about the cushiest job imaginable, and even I'm happy to walk away my computer on Friday afternoon. I've had "real" jobs where I really have been counting down the minutes until the weekend starts, pretending to go to the bathroom just to pass the time, so trust me, I get it. My 9-to-5 people, this one is for you. 

We've been running these "Synched" playlists with the good folks at Pepsi for a minute now, and when I got asked to create a playlist to get someone through a tough Friday, I had my work cut out for me. It's not easy to compile a playlist that can be universally enjoyed and related to without dipping into cheesy-territory, but after some sweating (see, told you my job is hard) I feel proud of the results.   

So hit that link below for my picks, hopefully you can use them to help get through your upcoming Friday. Music really does make everything better, even jobs. 



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