DNCE stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden last night November 24th to perform their hit song, “Cake By The Ocean.” The band consists of former Jonas Brothers member Joe Jonas, with JinJoo Lee on guitar, Jack Lawless on drums, and Cole Whittle on bass. According to the band, th
Who Is Fancy has dropped the music video for “Boys Like You,” his latest track with Meghan Trainor and Ariana Grande. “Boys Like You” is the follow-up song to his last smash single “Goodbye.” The fun and flirty song follows Fancy, Trainor, and Grande as they st
Erykah Badu is all set to release her brand new mixtape But You Caint Use My Phone on this Thanksgiving Day, November 26th. The legendary neo-soul artist has been making press stops throughout the past month, discussing this next chapter of her music career and her host role for the 29th Annual
Adele’s highly anticipated album 25 is set to be released this Friday, November 20th. The album is the first new music from the British singer-songwriter since the release of her Academy Award winning single “Skyfall” which was released back in 2012. Yesterday, Adele teased fans w
Last year, Aaron Carter teased fans on Twitter by hinting at new music in 2015. After releasing some snippets tonight (November 15th) via Snapchat, the musician seems to be keeping to his promise. He posted the following tweet, directing his nearly 500,000 followers to check out certain tracks on th
Due to the unfortunate events that struck Paris this past week, rock band U2 has cancelled concerts scheduled for the 14th and 15th of November in the area. One of the concerts was reportedly set to be taped for an upcoming HBO special. U2 released a statement from Paris, noting that they ̶
With the release of his new album Purpose, which is now available on iTunes, Contrast Magazine has decided to take a look at Justin Bieber‘s most iconic moments throughout his career. From YouTube to A-List celebrity, the Canadian singer has solidified himself as a force to be reckoned with i
Last night (November 11), Carly Rae Jepsen‘s Gimmie Love Tour stopped at New York City’s Irving Plaza. Contrast Magazine was present at the concert, jamming out to some of the pop sensation’s greatest hits. Alternative artist K.Flay opened the show, performing a number of songs.