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| birth_date = {{birth-date and age|April 9, 1987}}
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| birth_place = [[Philadelphia]], [[Pennsylvania]], U.S.
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*[[Rapping|Rapper]]
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| years_active = 2004–present
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| genre          = [[Hip hop music| Hip hop]]
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* [[On Dek]] County  boyz music group
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'''Marvin Jones''' better known by his [[stage name]] '''Quilly''' (and formerly '''Quilly Millz''') is an American [[rapper]] and [[recording artist]] from [[Philadelphia]], [[Pennsylvania]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hiphopondeck.com/2014/09/philly-rapper-quilly-therealquilly.html |title=Philly Rapper Quilly Drops "Real One" Video | publisher=HipHopOnDeck.com |date=September 5, 2014 |accessdate=December 28, 2015}}</ref>
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== Career ==
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Marvin Jones began his career as a [[battle rapper]] under the name Quilly Millz.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://allhiphop.com/2014/07/09/hip-hop-by-the-states-part-3-pennsylvania/ |title=Hip Hop By The States Part 3: Pennsylvania | publisher= AllHipHop.com|date=July 9, 2014 |accessdate=December 27, 2015}}</ref> In 2008, he released his debut mixtape beginning the ''"Haines Street Hustler"'' series, followed by the ''"New Wave"'' series of mixtapes starting in 2010. In 2013, Quilly Millz signed a deal with [[independent label]] On Dek Entertainment, and announced his name change to simply Quilly. His mixtape ''HSH V'' would be the first release under the new venture.<ref name="HHS_2013">{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnD_wdng1fQ |title=Quilly Millz Talks Name Change, HSH5 Mixtape, New Deal & more with HHS1987 |website=YouTube.com |publisher=HipHopSince1987 |date=August 20, 2013 |accessdate=December 28, 2015}}</ref>  However, he was briefly arrested and jailed due to a [[probation]] violation prior to the mixtape release. In an interview with HHS1987 the following year, Quilly revealed he was currently under [[house arrest]] following the incident.<ref name="HHS_2014">{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rhTzI82kBI |title=Quilly Talks New Album, Probation Violation, Meeting Jeezy & More With HHS1987 |website=YouTube.com |publisher=HipHopSince1987 |date=August 11, 2014 |accessdate=December 28, 2015}}</ref> On July 29, 2014, he released his self-titled debut [[studio album]] ''Quilly'', which was also made available for free download.<ref name="HHS_2014"/><ref>{{cite web|url=http://hiphopsince1987.com/2014/mixtapes/quilly-quilly-mixtape/ |title= Quilly – ''Quilly'' (Mixtape) |date=July 29, 2014 |accessdate=December 27, 2015}}</ref> His most recent mixtape ''Quilly 3'' was released on December 21, 2015.
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On April 17, 2016, Quilly was one of three men shot in [[North Philadelphia]] when a gunman opened fire on the group. He was reportedly taken to [[Einstein Medical Center]] for treatment.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://allhiphop.com/2016/04/18/philly-rapper-quilly-allegedly-shot-in-string-of-weekend-shootings-leaving-3-dead-7-wounded/ |title= Philly Rapper Quilly Allegedly Shot In String Of Weekend Shootings Leaving 3 Dead, 7 Wounded |date=April 18, 2016 |publisher=[[AllHipHop]] |accessdate=April 23, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://hiphopdx.com/news/id.38401/title.philadelphia-rapper-quilly-shot |title=Philadelphia Rapper Quilly Shot |publisher=[[HipHopDX]] |date=April 18, 2016 |accessdate=April 23, 2016}}</ref> According to reports the following days, he had been shot in the [[upper torso]], citing an unnamed source.
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== Discography ==
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{|width="60%"  debuts & Mixtapes albums Independents
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* ''Get It How U Live: The Haines St. Hustler'' (2008)
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* ''Haines Street Hustler 2'' (2008)
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* ''Haines Street Hustler 3'' (2009)
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* ''Haines Street Hustler 4'' (2009)
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* ''New Wave'' (2010)
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* ''New Wave 2'' (2011)
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* ''New Wave 3'' (2011)
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* ''New Wave 4'' (2012)
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* ''I'm Rapped Out'' (2012)
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* ''HSH V'' (2012)
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* ''Quilly'' (2012)
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* ''Quilly 2'' (2015)
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* ''HSH Six'' (2015)
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* ''Quilly 3'' (2016)
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* County Boyz  (2016)
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* Q pac (2017)
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|}
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== References ==
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{{reflist}}
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== External links ==
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* [https://www.instagram.com/darealquilly/ Official Instagram]
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* [https://soundcloud.com/darealquilly/ Official Soundcloud]
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* [https://quilly215.bandcamp.com/ Official Bandcamp]
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[[Category:Living people]]
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[[Category:African-American male rappers]]
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[[Category:East Coast hip hop musicians]]
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[[Category:Rappers from Philadelphia]]
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[[Category:African-American songwriters]]
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[[Category:Songwriters from Pennsylvania]]
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[[Category:Underground rappers]]

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Quilly
Born Template:Birth-date and age
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Other names Quilly Millz
Occupation Template:Flat list
Years active 2004–present
Musical artist

Marvin Jones better known by his stage name Quilly (and formerly Quilly Millz) is an American rapper and recording artist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[1]

Career

Marvin Jones began his career as a battle rapper under the name Quilly Millz.[2] In 2008, he released his debut mixtape beginning the "Haines Street Hustler" series, followed by the "New Wave" series of mixtapes starting in 2010. In 2013, Quilly Millz signed a deal with independent label On Dek Entertainment, and announced his name change to simply Quilly. His mixtape HSH V would be the first release under the new venture.[3] However, he was briefly arrested and jailed due to a probation violation prior to the mixtape release. In an interview with HHS1987 the following year, Quilly revealed he was currently under house arrest following the incident.[4] On July 29, 2014, he released his self-titled debut studio album Quilly, which was also made available for free download.[4][5] His most recent mixtape Quilly 3 was released on December 21, 2015.

On April 17, 2016, Quilly was one of three men shot in North Philadelphia when a gunman opened fire on the group. He was reportedly taken to Einstein Medical Center for treatment.[6][7] According to reports the following days, he had been shot in the upper torso, citing an unnamed source.

Discography

  • Get It How U Live: The Haines St. Hustler (2008)
  • Haines Street Hustler 2 (2008)
  • Haines Street Hustler 3 (2009)
  • Haines Street Hustler 4 (2009)
  • New Wave (2010)
  • New Wave 2 (2011)
  • New Wave 3 (2011)
  • New Wave 4 (2012)
  • I'm Rapped Out (2012)
  • HSH V (2012)
  • Quilly (2012)
  • Quilly 2 (2015)
  • HSH Six (2015)
  • Quilly 3 (2016)
  • County Boyz (2016)
  • Q pac (2017)


References

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