Ali Jones (b. July 13, 1973), professionally known as Ali, is a rapper from the United States who is part of a hip hop group known as “St. Lunatics”. His first solo album Heavy Starch was released in 2002.
Founded in 1993 in St. Louis, Missouri, St. Lunatics is an American hip hop group. There were five childhood friends in the group: Ali, City Spud, Murphy Lee, Kyjuan and Nelly.
|Studio albums||Heavy Starch|
|Ali & Gipp||Kinfolk “Almost Made Ya” “Grillz“|
|St. Lunatics||Free City Who’s the Boss “Batter Up” Nelly Murphy Lee City Spud Kyjuan|
Ali St Lunatics Net Worth
Ali St. Lunatics is estimated to have a net worth of between 1 million and 5 million dollars. The total net worth of the group St. Lunatics is around $18 million.
Ali St Lunatics Biography (Wiki)
|Full Name||Ali Jones|
|Nickname (famous for)||St. Lunatics|
|Date of Birth||July 13, 1973|
|Age||49 (as of 2022)|
|Awards||MuchMusic Video Award for People’s Choice: Favourite International Artist|
|Nominations||MuchMusic Video Award for iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year|
|Ali St Lunatics Net Worth||$1 million to $5 million (Last Updated 2022)|
Ali St Lunatics Career
St. Lunatics’s ‘Gimme What U Got’ was their first local hit in 1997. Nelly, along with the members of the group, signed a record deal with Universal Records in the year 2000.
In the course of Nelly’s work on the album Country Grammar, which is his solo project, Spud was imprisoned for robbery and was given a ten-year sentence.
The debut album of St. Lunatics, Free City, was released in 2000, following Nelly’s huge success. Among the songs released in 2001 were “Midwest Swing” and “Summer in the City”.
A solo album by Ali, Heavy Starch, was released in 2002, which was followed by Murphy Lee’s release of Murphy’s Law in 2003. Murphy then went on to start his own record label, UC ME Entertainment.
As a solo artist, Nelly enjoyed great success, and, in 2011, he and Vatterott College joined forces to establish the Ex’treme Institute (E.I.) by Nelly, a school for music production in downtown St. Louis.
According to reports, St. Lunatics was working on their new album, City Free, set for release in summer 2009. However, the release was delayed until 2011. Although, early in March 2009, “St. Lunatics” and “Get Low 2 Da Flo”, produced by Play-N-Skillz, were leaked. Money Talks, featuring rapper Birdman, was the first single to be released from the album. Following that, “Polo” was released as the second single.