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|Birth name||Ralph Di Stasio|
|Born||September 4, 1981|
|Origin||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Labels||Beat Club, Derrty|
|Associated acts||Nelly, Rick Ross|
Ralph di Stasio, better known by his stage name Avery Storm, is an American singer.
Di Stasio was born to a working-class Italian-American family in New Jersey. He moved to New York City after he graduated from high school. He signed to Timbaland's record label Beat Club in 2001 as Avery Storm after joining an independent production company.
In 2005, he was signed to the record label Derrty Entertainment, owned by rapper Nelly. Storm previously performed on Nelly's album Suit in 2004. Storm appeared on the charting hip hop singles "Nasty Girl", a posthumous single of The Notorious B.I.G. that included Nelly, P. Diddy, and Jagged Edge, and "Here I Am" by Rick Ross, another single that featured Nelly. Shotgun Love is the title of Storm's upcoming debut album, for which Storm has recorded 300 tracks., while Audiobiography is the title of Avery's upcoming EP produced by the Italian The Ceasars.
- TBA: Shotgun Love
- 2006: Volume Whatever
- 2009: Category 5
- 2010: Diary of The TakeOff (In collaboration with The HeatMakerz)
- 2007: "Stop Time"
- 2008: "Terrified" (featuring Jadakiss)
- 2008: "My Life" (featuring City Spud)
- 2009: "Not Like My Girl" (featuring Rick Ross)
- 2010: "Supermodel" (featuring Nelly) 
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
|US||US R&B||US Rap||UK|
|2005||"Nasty Girl" (The Notorious B.I.G. featuring P. Diddy, Nelly, Jagged Edge and Avery Storm)||43||20||9||1||Duets: The Final Chapter|
|2008||"Here I Am" (Rick Ross featuring Nelly and Avery Storm)||41||9||5||—||Trilla|
|2003||"I Better Go"||Murphy Lee||Murphy's Law|
|2004||"In My Life"||Nelly, Mase||Suit|
|2005||"Time"||St. Lunatics||Coach Carter (soundtrack)|
|2006||"Badder Than a Mutha"||Daz Dillinger||So So Gangsta|
|2007||"All Night (Excuse Me)"||Ali & Gipp, Nelly, Juvenile||Kinfolk|
|2008||"Who Fucks Wit Me"||Nelly||Brass Knuckles|
|2009||"I Tried"||Jadakiss||The Last Kiss|
|"Crazy World"||DJ Green Lantern, Uncle Murda|
|"Rich Off Cocaine"||Rick Ross||Deeper Than Rap|
|"Refuse To Lose"||DJ Green Lantern, dead prez, Chuck D||Pulse of the People (Turn Off the Radio Vol. 3)|
|"Want You To Myself"||Murphy Lee||You See Me|
|2010||"The General"||Capone-N-Noreaga||The War Report 2: Report the War|
|"The Corner"||I-20||The Sleeping Giant|
|"I’ll Be Good"||J.Y., Joel Ortiz||The Hiring Process|
|"The Power"||Wale||More About Nothing|
|"If I Gave U 1"||Nelly||5.0|
|2011||"How I Fly"||Styles P||Master of Ceremonies|
|2013||"Whole Wide World"||Waka Flocka Flame||DuFlocka Rant: Halftime Show|
- "About". I Am Avery Storm. Archived from the original on 6 May 2010. Retrieved May 21, 2010.
- Reid, Shaheem (December 5, 2005). "Em, Dre, Game Hit The Streets; Jeezy Fires Back At The Media". Mixtape Monday. MTV News. Retrieved May 21, 2010.
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