At Verti, we spend a lot of time in cars, talking about cars and making sure when something happens to your car – we get you up and running in no time. Since we live, breath and drink car insurance, we decided to take an office-wide poll of our favorite songs from 2017 that we listened to in the car and out. Fair warning, a couple tracks use explicit language, so listen at your own discretion. Check out the playlist below!

  1. Wolves – Selena Gomez & Marshmellow
  2. Look What you Made me Do – Taylor Swift
  3. Feel It still – Portugal the Man
  4. Shape of you – Ed Sheeran
  5. Thunder – Imagine Dragons
  6. Bad at Love – Halsey
  7. Silence – Marshmellow (Ft. Khalid)
  8. Despacito – Luis Fonsi (Ft. Justin Bieber)
  9. Slide – Calvin Harris (Ft. Frank Ocean and Migos)
  10. Paris – The Chainsmokers
  11. Praying – Ke$ha
  12. Long Time — Blondie
  13. I’m not — Daddy Issues
  14. Everybody knows — Partner
  15. Appropriate — Priests
  16. No halo — Sorority Noise
  17. Seismic — Spotlights
  18. On hold — The xx
  19. High Ticket Attractions — The New Pornographers
  20. Battle Cry — Jack White
  21. Tummy Ache — Diet Cig
  22. The Blackout – U2
  23. Location – Khalid
  24. Breath – Jax Jones
  25. Sing it Back – Pete Tong, Jules Buckley, and the Heritage Orchestra
  26. Ni Tu Ni Yo – Jennifer Lopez
  27. Buy me diamonds – Bea Miller
  28. Freeze Me – Death from above 1979
  29. Midnight Train to Memphis – Chris Stapleton
  30. Chained to the Rhythm – Katy Perry

What were your favorite songs of 2017? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter!

*This post is NOT a sponsored post. Verti Insurance was not financially compensated for this post nor does Verti own the trademarks belonging to Spotify or any of the musicians or songs or mentioned here. 

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