This article is about American rapper previously part of St. Lunatics. For French rapper previously part of French rap group Lunatic, see
Ali (French rapper)
. For Dutch rapper of Moroccan origin, see
Ali Jones (born July 13, 1971), better known by his stage name Ali is an American rapper and member of the hip hop group St. Lunatics.
Ali was born in
St. Louis, Missouri. He formed the St. Louis rap group the St. Lunatics, joining Nelly, Murphy Lee, Kyjuan and City Spud. Since then Ali has appeared on every Nelly album except Suit (2004). He is also the president of Nelly's record label, Derrty Entertainment. Ali released a solo studio album, , in 2002. As Heavy Starch Ali & Gipp he released on August 14, 2007 with Kinfolk Big Gipp of the Dungeon Family's Goodie Mob. He is now working on the St. Lunatics' second studio album, entitled City Free due for release Fall 2010.
Discography [ edit ]
The Champ Iz Here (2010)
So St. Louis (2010)
Singles [ edit ]
As lead artist [ edit ]
As featured artist [ edit ]
Collaborative singles [ edit ]
2001: "Midwest Swing"
(with St. Lunatics) 2001: "Summer in the City"
(with St. Lunatics) 2006: "Go 'Head"
(Ali & Gipp featuring Nelly & Chocolate Tai) 2006: "N' da Paint"
(Ali & Gipp featuring Nelly) 2007: "
Almost Made Ya" (Ali & Gipp featuring LeToya) 2010: "Money Talks"
(with St. Lunatics featuring Birdman) 2010: "Go"
(with Nelly & Talib Kweli)
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