Abe Olman Scholarship, 2019

LA-based singer/songwriter and artist fueled by social change, MILCK, recently released her debut EP “This Is Not The End.” 

The seven-song collection features her single “Quiet,” which in 2017 became widely known as the unofficial anthem of the Women’s March movement, after MILCK teamed up with two dozen female singers to perform acapella flash mobs of the song on the streets in Washington, DC. A video of the last flash mob was captured by award-winning director Alma Har’el and quickly went viral, drawing over 14 million plays in just two days. MILCK released a new studio recording of “Quiet,” in November as her “musical #METOO” in light of the massive movement of women and survivors speaking out against sexual assault.

MILCK performed “Quiet” on The Today Show and went on to headline this year’s Women’s March on New York City on January 20th, with Yoko Ono sharing the stage. “Quiet” has proved MILCK’s worldwide 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.
Highlights w/ links below:
• Performed the song on the TODAY Show 1/19: WATCH! Performed on Full Frontal with Samantha Bee: WATCH
• Headlined the NYC Women’s March 1/20, shared the stage with Yoko Ono + was featured on The View: WATCH
• #1 Billboard Protest Song of 2017! #2 on NPR’s 2017 Year In Music List! Listen to her NPR Weekend Edition interview
• “Quiet (Stripped)” out now with video via Billboard premiere!
• Viral video from ‘17 DC Women’s March has 15M+ views, shared by Emma Watson, Debra Messing + more: WATCH