We experimentally demonstrate stacked multilayer graphene (MLG) (s-MLG) as a new material system for high-performance carbon interconnects. Electrical performance is systematically characterized. We discover that the wire sheet resistance of s-MLG decreases with more layers stacking and shows better conductivity than that of the exfoliated MLG sample with the same layer numbers. The contact resistance of the s-MLG samples was calculated and confirmed using two different methods. It is demonstrated that a decrease in the intrinsic resistivity of s-MLG with increasing layer number is discovered; however, contact resistance will be saturated with more stacked layer numbers.