Ali Stone began to build her life around music from an early childhood. Being four years old, she began to play classical piano. A year later, she began to study the flute, as well as solphège and music theory in a music academy where she was quickly moved to higher-level courses due to her absolute hearing. At age seven, Ali began to play guitar with Juanes's guitarists, who submerged her into blues, jazz, rock, and metal. She then got to work as a guitarist for renowned multi-platinum producer Stephan Galfas (Kool and The Gang, Cher). Throughout her teenage years, Ali also learned to play the bass and the drums.
In 2013, Ali Stone participated in the contest to remix Disney's "Monsters University" soundtrack, and her work ended up being one of the winners. Axwell & Ingrosso said they chose Ali's remix because it was thought "out of the box". In 2014, Ali Stone composed and produced the complete original soundtrack of the thriller "Demental", turning her into the youngest female film scorer. Following this, she was chosen to participate in the campaign "Women Working for Women", belonging to the project "Empowering Women", which promotes gender equality.