Zedd Breaks Down His Most Iconic Songs | GQ

Superstar Zedd shares how he started making music and breaks down some of his most iconic tracks, including ‘Clarity,’ ‘Spectrum,’ ‘Stay the Night,’ ‘Beauty and a Beat,’ ‘Break Free,’ ‘Stay,’ ‘The Middle,’ ‘Lost in Japan (Remix),’ and ‘True Colors.’

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Zedd Breaks Down His Most Iconic Songs | GQ


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    adjective formal

    US /aɪˈkɑː.nɪk/ UK /aɪˈkɒn.ɪk/

    1. of, relating to, or having the characteristics of an icon.

    2 a. widely recognized or well-established; very famous or popular, especially being considered to represent particular opinions or a particular time.

    b. widely known and acknowledged, especially for distinctive excellence.

  2. His newer songs have become really formulaic, using the same chord progression and “clock” sounds. :/ The first 30 seconds of Spectrum has a more interesting progression than the entirety of “Stay” and “The Middle.” Spectrum, Clarity, Lost at Sea, and Done With Love, Shave It are his best… love you Zedd but sorry.

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