MILCK’s Culturally Conscious Music Captivates Identity LA MILCK's Second Appearance For Identity LA Leaves A Lasting Impression
LOS ANGELES, CA-
“… Of all the Asian American women in music, there’s probably none as socially and culturally relevant as Connie K. Lim p/k/a MILCK.
As fate would have it, MILCK’s song “Quiet”, a song that was written as a way of coping with sexual assault and abuse as a teenager, resonated with millions following the Women’s March in 2017. It became the de facto song of the movement, and was acknowledged by Billboard magazine as the number one protest song of 2017.
MILCK was also a performer at last year’s Identity LA, but bringing her back to perform for this year’s festivities was a no-brainer. For a celebration of the strength and accomplishments of Asian/Pacific Islander women, her’s was a voice that needed to be present on this evening.
And her voice literally seemed to embody the spirit to the entire evening. Confident and resonant, defiant yet empathetic, MILCK’s culturally conscious music not only entertained, but also encouraged the listener to acknowledge and fight the good fights that lay ahead…”