Pip Millett, from Manchester, discovered music’s power to connect and unite at a young age. She was in charge of the music when her parents met up with friends on Friday evenings, after a busy week at work. Millett hand-picked YouTube videos from artists such as Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Joni Mitchell and Stevie Wonder. She took these influences with her to London, where she studied Creative Musicianship. The ball got rolling in 2019. Millett released her debut single ‘Make Me Cry’ on COLORS, a platform for young talent on…. YouTube. Her mix of R&B and Soul unleashed a small Millet craze among her five million subscribers. Covid-19 threatened to stifle this hype, but also gave the singer time to work on her magnificent opening gambit ‘When Everything is Better, I’ll Let You Know’ (2022).