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Favorite ThisTop 10 Zedd Songs [Page 2]

Published: May 1, 2014

By: Jacki (Moon) Horne

5. Lost at Sea ft Ryan Tedder

The combination of this song’s romantic lyrics, sung by a passionate Ryan Tedder, intertwined with Zedd’s drops and synths results in a powerfully executed electronic track perfect for singing along, or dancing like a maniac. In between “Lost at Sea’s” wicked tempo and aggressive bass, a beautiful love story can be found in the lyrics.

4. Hourglass ft LIZ
Perhaps the most mysterious out of all of Zedd’s original songs, there is something undeniably striking and haunting about “Hourglass,” with its integration of haunting piano, ticking clocks, and LIZ’s sultry vocals. The track opens enigmatically with a plodding gait, then bursts into a dance-floor crusher out of nowhere. How do you do it, Anton?

3. Shave It
If you want to hear true “0 fucks given” anthem, in the most delightfully fun way possible, listen to “Shave it”. The song’s fun, light-hearted vibe demonstrates Zedd’s versatility in juxtaposition with his more emotionally charged songs. This track, one of OWSLA’s first releases back in 2011, is guaranteed to make any crowd jump around and get weird.

2. Spectrum ft Matthew Koma

This electronic love song was actually the first single released from his debut album Clarity. The song represents the unpredictability and tension of matters of the heart with its addictive melody and contrasting bass. The emotionally loaded song has a video to match; it’s the typical story. Boy meets girl. They fall in love. She turns out to be an alien. They have to pull some ET-style shit. She phones home. Cops get confused.