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There are at least 19 artists that have used this name

1. A drag queen and RuPaul's Drag Race Season 6 contestant
2. A rapper from the United States
3. A rock band from Scotland
4. A jam band from Pennsylvania, United States
5. A psychedelic rock band from the United States
6. A folk band from Australia
7. A pop singer from Taiwan
8. A skate-punk band from the United States
9. An a capella group from Utah, United States
10. An alias for musician Tori Delacruz
11. An indie rock band from Finland
12. A lo-fi group from the United States
13. A rock band from Ireland
14. A musician from California, United States
15. A three piece blues-rave nintendocore band from the UK ft. Joe Pars and Ruru Harris
16. A Korean pop band that debuted in 2001
17. A japanese duo, which performed the ending song of the OVA: éX-Driver.
18. A hardcore punk band from Japan.
19. A four piece band from Vancouver, BC

1) Milk 25, New York City. Got Milk? All of America will soon be lapping up this avant-garde dairy queen, a giant New York glamazon who towers over the competition. Milk’s determination to stay true to her campy persona will either win the judges over—or cost her the crown. Milk is featured on the latest Rupaul's album "The Cpovergurlz" where she performs "Destiny is Mine".

2) Milk was MC Milk Dee and his brother DJ Giz, they broke into show business in 1988 with the popular old school album What More Can I Say. Having MC Lyte for a sister worked to their advantage: under the name Audio Two, they gained distribution through Atlantic Recordings. As was the case with Licensed to Ill and many of the other rap albums of the same period, What More Can I Say has been heavily sampled over the years.

MC Milk Dee teamed up with DJ Giz again in 1990 to make I Don't Care the Album. At that time hip-hop was really undergoing a metamorphosis and gangster rap was the up- and-coming trend. MCs who had been successful in the late 1980s were now struggling to keep their fan base and recording contracts. MC Milk Dee did not allow fickle fans to dictate his style, and in 1994 he released Never Dated on Rick Rubin's Def American label. This release would put Milk back on top thanks in part to a duet, which featured none other than Adam Horovitz.

Back in 1998, during an Ego Trip magazine (Volume 4, Number 1) interview, Horovitz told the story behind his involvement and feelings about the song "Spam" he did with MC Milk. ' "I'm not sure if I like that record. I haven't heard it since we did it to be honest with you. I'd never met Milk before. Of Course, when that first Audio Two record was out it was huge so when I heard he wanted to do a record with me I was like, 'definitely!"' Combing Adrock's nasal sound with that of MC Milk's lead to the creation of a the rap song "Spam." With the exception of Beastie Boys fans, very few people paid any attention to the single.

Adrock in the same Ego Trip interview went on to talk about the commercial failure of that project. '"It was also a weird time because it was comin' out on Def American - Rick Rubin's label. And that wasn't something that I was happy about. I wanted Milk to blow up. I wished Milk sold billions and billions of records and I wished everybody in the world knew about Milk and he had everything he wanted. But in a way, I'm glad it didn't sell because of Rick Rubin, because I didn't feel like givin' him more money. It's unfortunate. I wish Milk was on a different record label and got more attention."'

Since the release of Never Dated, rap fans have not heard much from Milk. Autograph requests sent to the "Got Milk" fan club address listed in the liner notes of Never Dated were recently returned stamped "address no longer valid", so perhaps the show business days of Milk are over.

3) Milk are one of the best up and coming bands in Glasgow at the moment. Having only been together for a few months and played 4 gigs, this doesn’t show whilst watching them perform a head-nodding, foot tapping treat of infectious music. A must-see live. Keep your eyes peeled for these guys.

4) MILK is a Philadelphia based underground jamband that incorporates guerilla warfare tactics into their lifestyle. Their plug-into-public-electrical-outlets-PLAY-and-DITCH style is what they are known for, in addition to emotionally hard hitting music. The group consists of Andrew Wilson (bass), Ben Weinschenk (guitar), and Dave Serratore (drums).

5) MILK are an alternative psychedelic experience from the USA , they sound with their swirling groove like Sky Cries Mary meets Verve flow that almost gives way to a Brian Jonestown Massacre delicateness. Eastern vibes and bits that hint at a very mellowed out Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

6) Milk are also an Australian Melbourne-based folk band. From their website - "Milk features award winning songwriter, multi instrumentalist and vocalist, Helen Begley, one of Melbourne's finest upcoming singers, Emily Hayes, talented double bass player, Greg Craske and newest member lightning Teal Bain-Roben on the drums. Their gorgeous folk/roots arrangements of original and cover material combine vibrant harmonies and fine musicianship with energy and humour."

7) Milk (niu nai) is a Taiwanese, breakdancer/singer soloist who used to be part of the taiwanese boyband energy

8) Milk was a skater-friendly indie band most famous for "The Knife Song," which appeared in Jason Lee's part of the seminal skateboard video, "Blind's Video Days".
Milk was Jeff Tremaine (vocals), Mark Lewman (guitar), Andy Jenkins
(bass), R.L. Osborn (drums), Kelley Jenkins (saxophone).

9) MILK was an a capella group based out of Provo, Utah. They were locally popular in the early 2000s.

10) Tori Delacruz

11) MILK is an indie rock trio from Finland ( )

12) Prior to recording for friends under the Neutral Milk Hotel moniker, Jeff Mangum recorded at least one cassette under the name Milk, the only known tape was called Pygmie Barn in E Minor. This is the earliest known recordings that Mangum initiated and executed himself, on the cover there is “all songs: j.m ‘89. art: w. cullen hart”. There is only an estimated dozen or so copies ever made of this tape, none of which have been made public. The tracklist etc. are also unknown.

13) Milk is an Irish band consisting of Donal Maddock, Conall Maddock (Donal's brother), Garrett Goodman and Alan Fogarty. They can be found on the popular social networking sites Twitter and Facebook under the name 'MilkTheGroup', on Myspace as 'milkmyspacemusic' and they also have an official site

14) Milk is also Mario Luna from Los Angeles.

15) Milk are a nintendore core band from the UK. They're unsigned but have released numerous demos.


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