It has been a quick rise for Zedd, but his ride will soon be coming to a halt, unless he can switch it up. The new album, True Colors, was a lame sophomore album. He offered nothing new from his first album, Clarity, which was more or less known for one song, “Clarity.” It’s overly Pop for EDM and every track sounds exactly like the last, so it’s not worth paying for or even listening through on Spotify. If he would have incorporated some new sounds, or maybe just changed the patterned tempo from his last album, True Colors would have offered something different, instead of a replica of his last album.
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