Jazui’s Essential Study Playlist

Jazui M., Staff Writer

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As school goes back to its regular rhythm, it is important that students focus on their work. The more students focus, the better their grades will be. A part of focusing to get good grades is studying. Some study every night, others wait until the night before a test. Whatever way they study, it is important that they are motivated to do so and get the material memorized. The key to having a good study session for some students is music. So it is great to have a nice study playlist with classical and soft music to focus, and not pop and loud music that will affect the study session in general. Feel free to play around with this playlist too. Add songs, take out songs, and discover some new music and artists which you may not have known about.

Jazui’s (Pronounced Haswee’s) Essential Study Playlist:

 

Summer Breeze by Seals and Crofts

In Your Arms by Saib

You by Sebastian Roca

Homestead by Slenderbodies

Rearranging Furniture by Gabriel Yared

The Sea. by Daughter of Eve

Clair de Lune, L.32 by Claude Debussy

Mamita by Rawayana ft. Natalia Laforcade

Show Me How by Men I Trust

Nocturnes, Op. 9 by Frédéric Chopin

Warned You by Good Morning

Que Si by Mon Laferte

In My Room by Suburban Pets

Love Like You from Steven Universe by Rebecca Sugar

Hi You’re Cool, Wanna Get Bubble Tea? by Sad Boy With a Laptop

Feeling Good by Nina Simone

A Hazy Shade of Winter by Simon and Garfunkel

Ballade, L. 70 by Claude Debussy

Our House by the Waterfall by Rook1e

Paris by Frad

Flowers by In Love With a Ghost

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have trouble working with this, zen music could be your option.