Jaylen Robinson, aka Lemon Grove rapper Rob Stone, came up as a member of the 1207 hip-hop collective. After a brief time living in Atlanta, GA, he returned to San Diego and released his debut mixtape Straight Bummin’ in 2015. His first video was for the track “Nachos.”
Stone scored a hit single in 2016 with a Straight Bummin’ track called “Chill Bill,” inspired by and featuring samples from the film Kill Bill. Said to have been written in the back of a police car, the song reached number 29 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, as well as scoring millions of plays on Spotify, SoundCloud, and YouTube. A remix featured rappers D.R.A.M., Denzel Curry, and Cousin Stizz.
After releasing his I'm Almost Ready mixtape in September 2016, he toured as an opening act with A$AP Ferg. The following year, he was featured in a new designer footwear line being released via Creative Recreation.
His 2017 album Don't Wait For It was preceded by single releases for “Holy Grail” and “Two Spoons Freestyle.”
Early 2021 saw the release of a new 7-song EP, Solitaire Stone, and an album called Bonafide. The EP single "Fantasy," produced by Big Jerm and Jay Card, came with a video streaming online that was shot at various hangouts around San Diego.
His Padres-inspired single “All 9 Innings,” produced by Richie Louie, was broadcast at Petco Park in early 2021 with the rapper in attendance. "I had the time of my life with my pops," the rapper posted on Instagram. "[He] couldn't have experienced his first MLB game any more epic than this!"