Colin Vedros - Crashing (Song Review #14)


Even after parting ways with his significant other, Colin Vedros was reminiscing about his past relationship and decided one of the best ways to fight the "What Ifs" would be to make a song about the break up. He got together with his producer LN Vxbes (Late Night Vibes) to come up with the wave themed title of "Crashing" and freestyled this song on a one take.


He chose the first words of "Crashing" because he wanted people to be shown the dark perspective of a break up. The words are as followed ;


“Losing all my innocence, making sure this time doesn’t make sense. But you’re the one I’m listening for”.


All though the words are few, we see the poetry and understand the hurt that Colin is portraying.


Colin Vedro's overall message is this:

Never take anything for granted. You’re never going to have an easy way to live, but cherish the process and the people you love


Listen to "Crashing" Here.



We hope to get as much community interaction as possible so the artist will better understand where he is at and what he can improve on. So before seeing our scores, we encourage you to check out his song by clicking the link above and rate the following categories:

  • Beat Selection - What do you think about the beat in regards to the song. Does the beat compliment the song or take away from it completely? Is the beat too complex or is it too simple?

  • Production Value - What do you think about the overall product of the song? Do you think the mix can be better or the volumes leveled a bit more? Are the vocals much louder then the beat or vice versa?

  • Replay Value - Would you personally replay this song? How often and in what situations?

  • Lyrics - What do you think about the lyrics? Are they profound or super simple? Are they simple but catchy or complex but boring?

  • Cadence / Delivery - How is the performance of the song? Does it keep you interested with flow switches and fluctuation in tone or is it stagnant and boring?

  • Cover Art - What do you think about the cover art? Do you think much work was put into it ? Is it eye catching?



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Overall

Beat Selection

​10/10

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​7/10

9/10

9 / 10

​Production Value

​10/10

6/10

​7/10

6/10

7.25 / 10

Replay Value

​10/10

​6/10

9/10

6/10

7.25 / 10

Lyrics

​8/10

6 /10

9/10