Your Daily Drive: Music and News That’ll Brighten Your Commute

If it feels like you’re always in the car, you’re not alone. Americans log 70 billion hours behind the wheel each year, with a big chunk of that time spent commuting to and from work or school. To help make that time fly by, stay up to date on the world around you, and maybe even rock out to a few timeless classics, we are excited to introduce Your Daily Drive.*

It’s a new Spotify playlist that combines the very best of news talk shows, including the relevancy and personality of the hosts, with the best of audio streaming (on demand, personalized playing and discovery). It combines music you love with relevant, timely world updates from reputable sources – all put together in a seamless and unified listening experience.

US users can get revved up for a personalized audio feed that blends music and news in one place for the perfect commute experience. Included at launch:

  • Short-form podcast news updates from Wall Street Journal, NPR, and PRI
  • A mix of your favorite songs and artists interspersed with tracks you’ve yet to discover
  • Updates throughout the day to keep both the music and news fresh
  • An escape from toggling between multiple stations to avoid music that isn’t quite your speed

U.S. users can make the most of their time on the road by tuning-in to Your Daily Drive starting today. Map your way to Your Daily Drive, or to the new Driving Hub for all things car.

*Update September 22, 2020: Your Daily Drive has also rolled out in the U.K. and Ireland

*Update January 29, 2020: Your Daily Drive has also rolled out in Australia. 

*Update December 3, 2019: Your Daily Commute has also rolled out in Sweden. For information on Daily Drive Germany, click here.

*Update March 30, 2021: Daily Drive has also rolled out as “Mon Daily” in France in partnership with Le Monde. 

*Update July 27, 2021: Daily Drive has also rolled out in the Philippines and Indonesia.

*Update October 5, 2021: Daily Drive has also rolled out in Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, and Japan.