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Rising British Singer Pip Millett Returns With the Timeless R&B of "Love The Things You Do"

Rising British Singer Pip Millett Returns With the Timeless R&B of "Love The Things You Do"
  • New stance gives glimpses of old Kole Calhoun FWC: New stance gives glimpses of old Kole Calhoun

    The difference in Kole Calhoun’s stance and approach at the plate is reflected in manager Mike Scioscia’s new moniker for his right fielder. “It’s like Kole Calhoun Version 2.0,” Scioscia said. “He’s made some serious adjustments, but he’s letting his skill set play. He’s always had great hands,…

  • Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande Share Tropical New “Bed” Video: Watch FWC: Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande Share Tropical New “Bed” Video: Watch

    The latest visual from Nicki’s upcoming album Queen

  • Will Ultra Miami Stay At Bayfront Park? City Commission To Decide This Month FWC: Will Ultra Miami Stay At Bayfront Park? City Commission To Decide This Month

    Ultra Music Festival has a prime location at Bayfront Park, ideal for throwing one of the biggest parties on the planet. But now, its contract is up and the future looks uncertain. Later this month, commissioners are expected to consider a five-year-deal with Ultra Music Festival. There’s a lot to consider on both sides, but not a lot of time as…

  • 4B Drops New Heater “Ice Cold” With Megan Lee On Thrive Music FWC: 4B Drops New Heater “Ice Cold” With Megan Lee On Thrive Music

    Fans of 4B are probably pretty used to his jersey club and dancehalls rhythms, but he’s been known to go hard before, especially in his live sets. But today he’s released one of his hardest trap hits yet. It’s actually ironic it’s called “Ice Cold” because it’s such an absolute heater. “Ice Cold” features the sweet vocals of Megan Lee,…

  • Before and After: A reimagined Midcentury design helps turn a home from frumpy to fabulous FWC: Before and After: A reimagined Midcentury design helps turn a home from frumpy to fabulous

    Clad in then-fashionable Palos Verdes stone, a couple’s 1961 Woodland Hills home had soured to a decidedly frumpy look — it seemed entombed from all that heavy rock. “The stone was considered a luxurious accent at the time,” said P.J. Megenity, who with wife Galya recently transformed their homely…

  • Get Rowdy With Bellecour’s New “Propellers” EP FWC: Get Rowdy With Bellecour’s New “Propellers” EP

    This two-track EP from French duo Bellecour will stun you due to its reliance on dark and groovy basslines. “Propellers” EP serves as a standard that sets the tone for how industrial house should sound like. Its use of thunderous kicks will easily rattle your ribcage as you are musically transported to the rowdiest club with vivid images of sweat…

  • Three strikes but no longer out: Mets' Jenrry Mejia reinstated after 'lifetime' MLB ban FWC: Three strikes but no longer out: Mets’ Jenrry Mejia reinstated after ‘lifetime’ MLB ban

    Jenrry Mejia, the first player kicked out of baseball after three violations of the sport’s drug policy, was reinstated Friday by Commissioner Rob Manfred. Manfred said in a statement that the pitcher could rejoin the New York Mets next year, in what the commissioner called “a final chance.” The…

  • Prospects for Kings, Ducks built tight bond on junior hockey squad FWC: Prospects for Kings, Ducks built tight bond on junior hockey squad

    Someday, perhaps in the near future, Gabriel Vilardi and Max Jones will go head to head in the Kings-Ducks rivalry. Call it destiny meets acrimony, the future faces of the franchises fighting for every inch of ice at Staples Center and Honda Center like true frenemies. But they’ll always have April…