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The summer of 2003 was not hot enough until Stoni snatched up a champion win at the International Producer's Association Beat Battle competition in New York City. She may be a chick but blows were thrown as if she was Ali himself for a title win as IPA's first female beat battle competitor and champion. On stage at the famous Nuyorican Poet's Cafe, Stoni shut down the competition with monster tracks loaded up on her Akai MPC 2000 drum machine. History was made and the game was changed.

In a home where her parents enjoyed music, Stoni grew up listening to different genres of music. While interning at several major recording studios around New York City including Chung King and Music Palace, Stoni gained a vast knowledge of the music and recording industry. With such a background, you can expect nothing but fire New York City's newest talent. With tracks that run through you like the streets of her hood in Brownsville, the buzz is up and the lights are shining on this new music producer, Stoni, who shook up the male competition at a beat battle and is making her way to the front line of the music industry.

In June of 2004, Stoni was among some of the music industry's most renowned musicians, producers, artist, and songwriters for the 2nd annual Remix Hotel NYC held by Remix Magazine. This event highlights the music industry with discussions panels, showcases, and performances. Stoni talked about her work and experience as a music producer and the moment when she became the first female to compete in any beat battle in New York City, and finished up with a knock out performance with the Akai MPC 2000 drum machine.

In October of 2004, Stoni performed at CMJ Music Marathon for the most anticipated performance at opening night. With a drum machine in arms reach, beats marked the spot for a special delivery from New York City's newest talent.