Yuki Kurihara known as Sky-Fi or MYLK is a composer and singer of pop and kawaii music. At the beginning of her career, MYLK produced various sample packs for a video game and various remixes and covers. Later, she became famous in the EDM music industry after she contributed as a vocalist to Crescendo by MUZZ, and Outbreak by Feint a year later, which became a part of the Rocket League tracklist. In 2018, she released her first single on Monstercat, Haiku, and she released her second, Sleepy, a few months later. In addition, MYLK loves snowboarding and plays various video games, especially Overwatch. In 2016, she was nominated with "Best Track" by DnBArena for the song "Crescendo". Her outfit includes black pants with "MYLK" written on them in pink and blue colors, blue and pink baskets, white blouse, sometimes a cap, and her famous red hair bow.
- August 29, 2012: MYLK had her debut Monstercat appearance, as the featured vocalist on MUZZ's single Crescendo. The song was featured on Monstercat 5 Year Anniversary, Monstercat - Best of DnB & Drumstep and Monstercat - Best of 2016
- May 27, 2013: MYLK made her second Monstercat appearance, providing vocals for Feint's single Outbreak. The song was featured on Rocket League x Monstercat Vol. 1 & Monstercat - Best of 2017.
- May 29, 2018: MYLK released her first Monstercat single, Haiku. The song was featured on Monstercat Instinct Vol. 1.
- July 13, 2018: MYLK released her second Monstercat single, Sleepy. The song was featured on Monstercat Instinct Vol. 2.
- September 9, 2020: MYLK made her fifth Monstercat appearance, providing vocals for Fox Stevenson's remix of Feint's single Outbreak. It was released on Rocket League x Monstercat - Legacy.
- MUZZ - Crescendo (feat. MYLK)
- July 14, 2016
- Feint - Outbreak (feat. MYLK)
- June 28, 2017
- MYLK - Haiku
- May 29, 2018
- MYLK - Sleepy
- July 13, 2018
- Feint - Outbreak (feat. MYLK, Fox Stevenson Remix)
- September 9, 2020
- MYLK took part in the remix competition for marshmello's Alone.
- On June 25, 2020, MYLK posted on Twitter of being harassed by Aero Chord in November 2014. Monstercat released a statement apologizing to her for their inaction and removed Aero Chord off the roster. MYLK thanked the label for their apology.
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