Kore Stacks was born and raised in Washington, D.C. and moved to Atlanta, Ga. in 2014 after deciding to pursue his hip-hop career. Growing up was hard, coming from a […]
Kore Stacks was born and raised in Washington, D.C. and moved to Atlanta, Ga. in 2014 after deciding to pursue his hip-hop career. Growing up was hard, coming from a family where there was no love and affection. His childhood was built on tough love and street life, which shaped his musical sound. Kore Stacks has a background in art and dance. He attended Duke Ellington School of the Arts for two years before discovering his love of lyrics. Shortly after, Kore Stacks began to write about the pain and struggles he had endured in life, and in 2012, he wrote his first song “Cocky Nigga” which gained massive local exposure. From there, he began to do open-mic nights and interviews. Songs such as “Pull It” took his audiences to a new level and shaped his hardcore identity in the hip-hop realm. Kore Stacks’ career looked even more promising at the end of 2014, after he signed a deal with EOne Entertainment.
This year saw the release of Kore’s latest project – available now on iTunes – “Ambitions of A Hustler“. Along with profile raising appearances on Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta, VH1 and BravoTV, Kore’s most recent video music video ‘Love or Hate‘ was featured on World Star Hip Hop. We look forward to seeing and hearing more from Kore in 2016.
Follow Kore Stacks online for updates –
Web – www.korestacks.com
Twitter – @1KoreStacks
Instagram – @korestacks