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To be completely honest, last time I did a remotely longer drive, I really enjoyed the Pandora station called "Summer Hits of the 2000s." You can sing along to nearly every song which will certainly help you stay awake. I have no idea how all those songs and lyrics are still up in my head but it was pretty fun, no lie.
Just listen to some albums. Find an artist you really like, or don't really know about but want to and get familiar with their discography. Use it as a chance to broaden your musical horizons. Because you did not specify what type of music you listen to I will just shove my personal favorites in here as suggestions...
MF Doom - Madvillainy (hip hop)
Quasimoto - The Unseen (hip hop)
Ash Kusha - GUUD (Experimental electronic)
Death Grips - NOTM (Experimental hip hop)
Check out these podcasts if you are remotely interesting in rock climbing or mountaineering. The one in that link is my favorite and is 3 hours long if you listen to both parts, which makes time on the road disappear. I've been listening to a lot of this guy's work when I'm at work and they are really cool.
If you aren't tired at all then Godspeed you! Black emperor is always epic at night. But night drives are often sleepy drives so make sure you have some pumped up shit - death metal, pop, hip hop whatever it is you get pumped up to.