Got MILCK? Singer Puts New Spin On ‘The Great Resignation’ And Corporate Structure
“You might not know her yet. But just wait. “I can’t keep quiet,” she belts out. “I’m a one-woman riot.” The singer/songwriter and producer Connie K. Lim, professionally known as MILCK (her name spelled backwards), is a musical sensation to reckon with. Her powerful message of finding your inner voice is empowering dis-enfranchised workers leaving their jobs in droves during “The Great Resignation” and waking up business leaders with much-needed fresh ideas on corporate structure. Her music affects people in a visceral way, giving a voice for the advancement of human rights and diversity—including gender, racial, LGBTQ and social equality. She is best known for her 2017 viral performance of “Quiet”—the musical barn burner that became known as the unofficial anthem of the Women’s March, Billboard’s No.1 Protest Song and a featured selection on NPR’s American Anthem Series…”
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