Bearing an identifiably deep baritone tone of voice, Chali 2na (blessed Charles Stewart, Jr.) became the unofficial stage man for Western world Coast underground preferred Jurassic 5. Originally from southside Chicago, Stewart initial gained a pastime in graffiti composing before engaging in music. Both actions were his method of steering free from medications and gang lifestyle, and also inspired his decision to go to LA along with his grandmother in his mid-teens. The developing MC quickly linked himself with rap collective the Unity Committee, which also included turntablist the Cut Chemist and rhyme sayer Marc 7even. The group utilized to regular the open up mike sessions on the famous Good Lifestyle Café place. There the three fulfilled Akil, Zaakir, and DJ Nu-Mark of the opposing staff, and afterwards all six shaped Jurassic 5 in 1993. Before Jurassic 5 completely became popular, Chali 2na and Cut Chemist also helped present the music group Ozomatli, whose music was a fusion of worldbeat, rock and roll, hip-hop, and Latin dance/funk. Within two critically acclaimed ensembles, Chali 2na delivered waves within the music globe with each of the debuts; Jurassic 5’s major-label debut, Quality Control (2000), continues to be deemed a standard for alternative Western world Coastline hip-hop. Chali surfaced as J5’s most widely used member and was often tapped for visitor appearances on a great many other performers’ material over time, like this of Swollen People, Linkin Recreation area, Blackalicious, Kardinal Offishal, and Root base Manuva. His single foray started in 2004 along with his Seafood Market mixtapes. The very first mixtape, nevertheless, was initially likely to precede his Interscope single debut, but constant delays, in addition to the dissolution of J5 in 2007, still left his task up in the environment. Seafood Outta Drinking water, his first standard single record, was finally released two years down the road the Defcon label. Around that point, he made performances on paths by J-Live, K’NAAN, and NASA.