May 3rd is an awesome day, it is Kore Stacks birthday and he is now working on his new Ep, “Sallie 1231” which is named after his late grandmother that raised him is dropping this summer, so Happy Birthday Kore! You can now catch Kore Stacks in some movies to name a few  Superfly, Uncle Drew, Son of Shaft, & No Reasons.  In last three years Kore Stacks build his empire and leaving his mark . This summer he will be doing his back to school event. Collecting items for kids in need for his Spreading Ambition campaign. Kore has been focusing encouraging others and letting them know to never give up on there hopes and dreams. With an invigorating and unique blend of hip-hop, Kore Stack’s repertoire is the perfect representation of everything his hometown, Washington, DC could have offered him. 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 of a tough love and street life family, his childhood is what inspired the shape of his music sounds. His music blends the harsh realities of the streets with positive messages to create a unique sound within the industry. With a background in art and dance, Kore Stacks attended the prestigious, Duke Ellington School of the Arts where he discovered his love for connecting with fans through the work of lyrics. Stacks is not new to the music industry! He carries on the legacy of his grandfather, the late Raymond Woods, known too 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. Some of the performers that he brought back in his live show included Major Lance, Marv Johnson and Baby Washington. His most ambitious show to date was the big Doo-Wop stage show in May of 1992 when he brought down five legendary vocal groups from New York City! 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 had endured in life. In 2012, he wrote his first song “Cocky Nigga," which gained massive local exposure. From open-mic nights to local interviews, songs such as “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. The company fully backed his project "Ambitions of A Hustler" which sparked attention on its iTunes release, January 20th, 2015. His music video was featured on Worldstar and his song, ‘Love or Hate’ made its iTunes debut. 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 and is now available on iTunes, Tidal, Spotify and Amazon, with special features from Kalenna Harper from Diddy Dirty Money and Q Parker from 112. Behind all the success, Kore Stacks has elevated into the industry of acting, with a current feature on Lee Daniels, FOX new series, Star! He’s also been seen on VH1’s Love & Hip- Hop Atlanta (Afterparty), Bravo TV, CNN TV and he’s not done yet! You can expect nothing less than excellence in the works from Kore Stacks this year!