Known particularly for his cover art for the albums of such artists and rings as Ice-T and Body Count number, this visual artist and graffiti designer also created publicity and promotional products for the Fox television series Married…with Children. Early in his profession, he worked being a developer for Warner Brothers Information; later, he made album artwork for Rhyme $yndicate Information and other unbiased brands. He was the initial merchandiser for WITHOUT DOUBT from 1988 until around 2006. Ice-T donated a few of his reproductions and tour outfits towards the Smithsonian’s Country wide Portrait gallery. Both Body Count monitor “Cop Killer” and Halili’s cover artwork for the record that included it led to significant amounts of controversy. Blessed in Fullerton, California, he afterwards opened a style studio room in Orange State. He is one of the Universal Zulu Country, a hiphop music promotional company founded by DJ Afrika Bambaataa. He became friends with Eric and Gwen Stefani during his times dealing with No Doubt.