Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month • 40m
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As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with artist and activist MILCK about her new single & video, “Somebody’s Beloved.” Following the discussion, MILCK performs both “Quiet” and “Somebody’s Beloved.” MILCK first made waves with her global anthem “Quiet” which went viral at the inaugural Women’s March, eventually becoming the sonic parallel to the #MeToo movement and being named Billboard’s #1 protest song of the year. “Somebody’s Beloved” is a haunting and timely new song MILCK wrote amidst protests for Black Lives Matter. Featuring MILCK’s previous collaborator, Bipolar Sunshine as well as a diverse choir, the song arrived alongside an equally poignant and moving music video, created in partnership with the TN-based non-profit, One Family Memphis.
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