This is definitely one of the most memorable moments of your life – Graduation. Not only does it mark the end of an era, it also symbolises the beginning of your next life chapter.
It probably won’t really sink in that you’re about to graduate until you walk across the stage, and accept the scroll of paper that you’ve worked so hard to get. Only then will you realise – university is over. The past few years of blood, sweat and tears have all contributed towards this very moment. Whether you’re going to get emotional, or get drunk and “party like it’s 1999” – you’re going to need a top-notch graduation playlist.
Graduation is a big event – so, it’s only right it has some bangers to go with it.
1. The Black Eyed Peas – Gotta Feeling
I gotta feeling, that tonight’s gonna be a good night. Get ready to celebrate graduation in style with this absolute bop from 2009.
2. Fun – We are Young
Graduation is your right of passage into the world of work. However, you still have time to celebrate and enjoy the moment. Tonight, you are young.
3. Boyz II Men – End of the Road
The end of an era – or, as Boyz II Men put it, the end of the road. Well, as far as university goes anyway. There’s always time to get emotional, and this is the song to do it to.
4. Drake – Started from the Bottom
Started in first year now you here (at graduation…), uh.
5. Imagine Dragons – On Top of the World
Graduation is one of the handful of moments in your life where you can feel ‘on top of the world’ – and, you have every right to. Embrace that feeling with this feel-good tune.
6. Pharrell Williams – Happy
Keeping the good vibes flowing – this is definitely one to get you moving. Get yo’ funk on with Pharrell.
7. Green Day – Good Riddance (Time of your Life)
This song is all about transitional events in life. As you traditional from being a student, and sleeping to your hearts content, to entering the wide world of work – I hope you have the time of your life.
8. The Killers – Mr Brightside
I bet you were waiting for this one to make an appearance. No more needs to be said, other than ‘absolute tune’.