QUEENS, NY – Rayquon “Stack Bundles” Elliott was one of the most promising up-and- coming hip-hop artists of the early 2000s, but his potential was cut short when he was shot and killed on June 11, 2007 in the lobby of the housing complex in which he was living. Though he never had a chance to release his own full album, he did collaborate with many notorious rappers of the day and recorded as many as 600 of his own songs over the course of his short career.
That body of work is about to be put on full display through a series of films and music projects under the direction of the Stack Bundles Estate. His uncle, King Baby Don, his father, Papa Ray, and his former manager, Mike Dot, have formed a team that is producing, marketing and promoting a handful of Stack Bundles projects that will include never-before- released music, a feature-length film, short-films and videos, merchandise and a tribute tour.
First on the docket is a short-film called “Why Ask Why” directed by King Baby Don, which has already been released on YouTube (March 2018). It’s a film that King Baby Don said will highlight Stack Bundles’ contribution to the hip-hop industry and how his unique sound and style were a turning point in the early 2000s for rap music...