Milly Esquire.
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Milly Esquire.

Pikesville, Maryland, United States | SELF

Pikesville, Maryland, United States | SELF
Band Hip Hop R&B


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"Will Milly Esquire make it"

Will Milly Esquire make it. Milly Esquire is a Baltimore base hip hop group with a new video out. Although the track is a little hot, the video has those Illuminati over tones. - daily bug news

"Rock The Dud x Milly Esquire"

I present a recent discussion with Milly Esquire. Currently reppin' Baltimore, Milly's formerly known as Mark Milly, and currently not giving a fuck about you if you aren't about getting bread and progressing. He's got a dope style about him, and is all about that constant hustle, and his Mind Over Matter project will be touching down in 2012. Here we find him breaking down how he got to now, what he does when he's not rapping his ass off, and some glimpses into one of the most dedicated out there doing it.

khal: Let’s start where you started. Over a decade ago, you decided to start rapping. What about your passion for Hip-Hop made you want to pick up that pen and put your own thoughts down?

Milly Esquire: Hmmm... very good question. Let’s just say I started off mimicking the likes of Master P & No Limit, heavily! I was just soooo intrigued with that whole movement at the time, and I was 12 years of age. So when I first begun it was more like “something to do”, a “hobby” or whatever. I think I became more serious and passionate about it a few years later once I created & became apart of a group [GFZ: GoodFellaz] with 2 other people. I can’t really recall what made me want to start doing this at such an early age but I guess it was meant to be... like God's plan, ya know? I hope & pray it works out in a major way!

khal: It was some time later, about 2006, that you really kicked it into high gear, forming YHGM and forging your own way. In those seven years since you started writing, how did your life at that time make you decide to form your own collective, instead of immediately trying to shop for a deal with a major label or something? - khal

"Daily Joint: Milly Esquire – Let ‘Em Say"

I’ve been good with Milly for a few years now. I’ve watched his brand YHGM go from start to now. They have come a long way and we now get the official video for Let ‘Em Say. A very cool video with the YHGM crew running around Baltimore with those crazy masks and baseball bats. - GREEN

"Milly Esquire "?!""

Milly Esquire "?!" (prod. by Deshae Rhodes): This beat is bananers. Milly has been catching my ears more as of late, and I'm into tracks like this. Hypnotic beat, with some rhymes that are tough, esoteric and needing to be rewound. He paints some pictures on this one that feel like a crazy dream that, if you analyzed, would make perfect sense to you. Kind of like having to sift through the channels on your TV, deciphering the truth through a number of different stations. You do do that, right? - khal


I’m back from vacation and I bring you “Let Em Say!” by Baltimore artist Milly Esquire. I’m not the biggest fan of the name (pointless quip) but the guy can rap. He has a nice Cory Gunz‘esque flow at some parts of this song and I believe it warrants your attention. At P&P we’re all about bringing new music to the masses, so check out his track below and let me know what you think about the guy in the c-section. Peace - Pigeons and Planes


Still working on that hot first release.



It was once said that the music industry consisted of individuals that composed and performed an array of versatile music. As of today, it seems that the industry has stepped on a stage where versatility hides behind a heavy stage curtain. We ask ourselves, who will bring versatility back to the forefront where it belongs?

Enter: Mark S. Clarke, Jr., musically known as Milly Esquire (formerly: Lucky aka Mark Milly). Born on December 17, 1987 in Baltimore, MD, his father’s love of hip hop music during Milly’s childhood influenced and created the prototype for his success. At the young age of ten, Milly began to explore and listen to different genres of music, including country, pop, rock and more.

In 1999, Milly decided that he wanted to start “rapping” based on the influences of Bone Thugs N Harmony, Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z and Master P. While attending middle school, he formed a group known as “The Goodfellaz” with M-80 and Infinite (later known as “4th Quarter”), in which he was known as Mark “The Shark”. Eventually, The Goodfellaz went their separate ways but Milly continued to write with dreams of one day becoming a rap superstar. Soon, he found himself succumbed to the adversity of his neighborhood. After breaking free and overcoming his misfortune, and with the occurrence of major life developments, he realized that then was the time to start taking music more seriously and then began to focus on the business aspect of his music career.
After brainstorming and watching the developments of the industry in 2006, Milly Esquire formed Young Hustlaz Gettin' Money (“Y.H.G.M”) with close friend and fellow artist, DJ Vanrod. This venture is a collective movement of music artists and people striving to be successful in the industry. Once the lifestyle brand, YHGM, emerged on the scene, Milly began to create a buzz of recognition as one of Baltimore’s up-and-coming and significant artists.

Previous Performances Have Took Place At The Following Venues:

Baltimore, MD:
The Lyric Opera House
Club Sonar
Fish Head Cantina
City Of Gods
Towson University
5 Seasons
The Blackhole Club
Ped X Boutique
Bourbon Street
The Penguin
The Belvedere
The Talking Head
Baltimore Convention Center

New Jersey:
Dolce Lounge

Washington D.C.:
The Bohemian Caverns
Heaven & Hell