The Kpop sensation TWICE is hosting their first online concert, and it’s sure to be an unforgettable virtual experience. With the landscape of musical entertainment shifting due to evident safety concerns, there’s a definitive need for music and TWICE is giving their fans around the world
“I’m just me,” Jordan says of himself as he explains his quirkiness. “If you come over to my house, I’m probably going to have a UFC fight or anime on my TV. I might be listening to showtunes or I might be listening to Avenged Sevenfold. I’ll probably be wearing sweats and have a glass [
The new normal is among us and luckily for us, we are adjusting (virtually) with Justice Carridine, who collected his popularity for creating Vine videos and doing music covers of some of the most iconic artists such as Zayn Malik, Post Malone and The 1975 to name a few. Justice created a video dedi
The emergence of South Korea’s interest in pop music began in the 90’s, having since evolved into a worldwide phenomenon that changed the landscape of music as a whole.
She’s back! The “Too Little Too Late” songstress, JoJo is back with new album “good to know.” This is JoJo’s first release in 4 years. Last year she released her successful consecutive albums “JoJo” and “The High Road” after a long battle with former record label, Bla
We keep getting hot summer joints all this week! Thursday night at midnight Doja Cat dropped a remix to her hit single “Say So” featuring Nicki Minaj. The 70’s vibe single is the making of a good summer pool party. In true Nicki form, she gives us cute rhymes with memorable metaphors. Doja Cat
“I’ve had hits, but I also just wanna live life,” says Natasha Bedingfield to our Contrast interviewer. “I wanna do what my songs say to do. Live life with arms wide open and experience things. I think that’s an important part of success.” It seems like Natasha has the formula fo
“What scares me?” Chris Daughtry, from the band Daughtry, retorts back. While others may give answers like spiders or the dark, Chris wrinkles his brow and quickly says, “Screwing up my kids.” Chris immediately becomes a relatable parent with this extremely “normal” response. He pauses f