Plus, you can watch Esperanza Spalding create her new album.

Sydney Scott
Sep, 13, 2017

Well, Grey's Anatomy fans, prepare to say goodbye to another character. Jason George, who plays Dr. Ben Warren and husband to Chandra Wilson's Miranda Bailey, is leaving the show for another Shondaland series. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter,  George will be joining a new Grey's Anatomy spin-off that focuses on the lives of firefighters. How the actor will leave the show is anyone's guess, but if he breaks Miranda's heart or dies, Shonda Rhimes will be receiving a strongly worded letter from us. We've been hurt too many times by this show.

George will remain a series regular through season 14 of Grey's until production begins on his new project. 

when you can't get #BodakYellow outta your head... 🎶🎶 @iamcardib ❤️

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Chloe and Halle Bailey covering Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" is something we never knew we needed until now. The sister singing duo added their own spin to the summer hit, which we think Cardi would enjoy. 

Back in April, Chloe and Halle paid homage to Kendrick Lamar by covering the rapper's hit "Humble."

Exposure: 77 Hours to Create an Album

Over just three days, we're attempting to concept, write, record, and produce an album of ten songs. Entering the studio with nothing prepared. Testing the theory that creations are at their most powerful the moment they're released. This feed will run uninterrupted for 77 hours. So if there isn't much going on while you're here, chances are it's nap time. Please check back again later. Only 7,777 records will ever be released, each signed, each package including a piece of the note paper on which we're writing lyrics, chords and creation-related notes. To reserve a copy, visit found.ee/EspWeb-j.

Posted by Esperanza Spalding on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Ever wonder how an album is made? Well, Grammy-winner Esperanza Spalding is making the process transparent by sharing her experience on Facebook Live. 

You can watch Spalding for the next 77 hours as she works on a new album. The feed will be uninterrupted, so you can catch everything from start to finish.