Pink Floyd, mostly. Their long song epics are great for drawing, pic related
Awww shit nigger that's my jam.
No but really I sort of listen to music I'm in the mood for and the things I draw match my mood. I don't know what it is but it's like when I feel a certain way everything I do mirrors this and it's really hard for me to say draw something sad when I'm happy. If I'm hype my drawings are hype and I listen to Kanye, if I'm chilled out I draw probably my best drawings and I listen to classical or hiromi or glasper.
many professionals listen to game/movie soundtracks and classical music to help them focus on their work. Others claim to work best while listening to every other kind of music out there. It's heavily personal, so try out different things to see what works best for you. Generally, that repetitive music with few-to-no lyrics tends to have the best effects on concentration.
Bonus protip, don't listen to retards on ic who make vague claims with no basis in reality. They're only attempting to sound superior and more enlightened then others to make up for their own self-loathing. And that's a rrrock fact!
It's one of my favorite songs and it's actually a cover of a really old Brazilian Bossa Nova song, but I thought it'd be more important to know what the lyrics say.
Here's it being sung in Portuguese by the original composer/singer: https://youtu.be/E1tOV7y94DY