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About MILCK

Los Angeles pop singer/songwriter Milck struck a chord of solidarity in early 2017 when her soulful ballad, "Quiet," became an anthem for victims of sexual abuse. A first-generation American born to Chinese immigrants, Connie Lim studied classical piano at a young age, later teaching herself to write pop songs while attending college at Berkeley. Over the next decade, Lim plied her trade in the music industry, paying dues, writing songs, and performing under her given name before reemerging as Milck in 2016. Her first single as Milck, the brooding "Devil, Devil," found placement on television shows like The Royals and Lucifer, though her next release, "Quiet," would be the song that eventually brought her widespread acclaim. Inspired by her own experiences with domestic abuse and trauma as a 14-year-old, Lim wrote the song in 2016, eventually debuting it live during the Women's March in Washington, D.C. alongside a choir of strangers with whom she'd barely rehearsed. A video spontaneously recorded from the crowd soon went viral, and within a month Lim had appeared on a number of national talk shows and signed a deal with Atlantic Records. A newly recorded version of "Quiet" was released in November of that year. ~ Timothy Monger

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