MILCK ( Connie Lim) is an Atlantic Recording artist who creates music in hopes of bringing her listeners more inner peace, which she believes is essential to create the outer peace we long to see in our modern world. MILCK rose to international recognition when her song “Quiet” went viral and became known as the unofficial anthem of the Women’s March. The track landed at No. 2 on NPR’s Year in Music list and was featured as part of NPR’s American Anthem series. In 2017, Billboard called “Quiet” the No. 1 protest song of the year. MILCK has performed with Yoko Ono and the survivors of Larry Nassar at the ESPYS.
As a gesture of gratitude and reverence to the movement, MILCK started the #ICANTKEEPQUIET fund to benefit nonprofits that are working tirelessly to collaborate with underserved communities with the goal of amplifying their unique voices. icantkeepquiet.org also provides a platform for survivors to share their stories and for artists to create art inspired by the stories of resilience.
Amidst speaking engagements and performing her music alongside artists like Jason Mraz and Ani DiFranco, MILCK has partnered with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Sam Smith), to create a new EP entitled Into Gold, which will be releasing new music starting Feb. 7, 2020.