MILCK – the LA-based singer/songwriter and creator of the #icantkeepquiet movement – creates music for the modern-day gentle rebel.
Her song “Quiet” – which in 2017 became widely known as the unofficial anthem of the Women’s March movement – continues to turn heads and hearts. The track landed at #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 #1 protest song of the year.
She didn’t do it alone either. For the Women’s March, MILCK teamed up with two dozen female singers to perform “Quiet” a cappella as flash mobs on the streets of Washington, DC. A video was captured by award-winning director and Free The Bid founder Alma Har’el and posted online, collecting more than 14 million views in two days.
“Quiet” has proved to be MILCK’s global breakthrough – a cathartic pop anthem for people of all races, creeds, and colors who have suffered and survived in the face of trauma, trial, and tribulation. MILCK has performed on The Today Show, and went on to headline the 2018 Women’s March on New York, with Yoko Ono sharing the stage.
In 2019, MILCK partnered with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Malay, and will be releasing new music this fall.
In addition to her musical endeavors, MILCK has created the #icantkeepquiet fund, which raises awareness and money for non-profits RISE, Equality Now, and Tuesday Night Project.