#ICantKeepQuiet: How an emotional song of empowerment went viral after the Women’s March



A little known song called “Quiet” has made a loud statement following a passionate a capella performance at the Women’s March in Washington.

In the midst of the millions marching on Saturday, a small collection of singers delivered a moving rendition of the song by LA singer MILCK. Its themes of strength and speaking up, and the riveting performance in a clip on Facebook, has drawn quite an audience online.

A flash mob organized by MILCK and dressed largely in pink ‘pussyhats’ sang the spirited rallying cry of a song during the event, bringing together a capella singers from all over the U.S., NPR reports. Read more…

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