I've been searching ALL AROUND and there's still no fix for this. There are certain songs that i downloaded which cause Spotify to crash. And yes I verified it because none of the other songs cause this problem. Now the problem is that while I've already removed it from my playlist, the darn file is still in my phone. In fact, whole albums which i downloaded and subsequently "un-downloaded" are still in my freaking phone. It's so annoying that i can't rid myself of these files unless i do a complete wipe of the app which is a very stupid solution TBH. Deezer had the "repair" option which makes you re-download a song in case you needed to fix a corrupted file. It also COMPLETELY deletes your "un-downloaded" offline files once you uncheck the "sync" option and you exit the app. Spotify however offers NONE of these. Just a delete everything but the app option. Umm spotify, i can do that through the application manager, okay? We need to be able to micro manage our files. Freaking give us the option or I'm jumping ship again to Deezer.