While overcoming the pitfalls of life in the inner city, up and coming music artist, Kore Stacks, relocated to Atlanta, GA in 2014 to launch his Hip-Hop career. As a descendant from a tough love and street life family, his childhood is what inspired the shape of his musical sounds. His music blends the harsh realities of the streets with positive messages to create a unique sound within the industry.

He carries on the legacy of his grandfather, the late Raymond Woods, known to many as a popular Radio Host in the DC area with the name, ‘The More Better Man’. “The More Better Man” sponsored dances, parties, and shows that featured the music of the fifties and sixties. So, it’s no surprise that Kore Stacks would continue the known legacy of his grandfather in music.

Having been inspired through a family history of music, Kore Stacks began to write about the pain and struggles he endured in life. In 2012, he wrote his first song single which gained massive local exposure. From open-mic nights to local interviews, his song “Pull It,” took his audiences to greater heights and molded his hardcore identity in the Hip-Hop realm. The buzz of his career looked, even more, promising at the end of 2014, when he signed a deal with EOne Entertainment.

Kore Stacks popularity was on the rise, and he became a brand ambassador for the Caribbean smooth drink, OuOuiSmooth, that launched in the spring of 2015 alongside Christina Johnson.

In February of 2016, his album “Ambitions of a Hustler, The Green Print” was released in stores across the globe with special features from Kalenna Harper from Diddy’s group “Dirty Money” and Q Parker from “112”.

In 2017 Stacks hit the acting scene full speed with appearances on tv shows like Star, Love & Hip-Hop, Greenleaf, and The Quad. He recently has been cast in small roles in the upcoming films Shaft, Supafly, and New Avengers.