Goodbye Tomorrow makes SpitFireHipHop debut with “04 Money Like That Could Change Life (2k19) Freestyle.”
Goodbye Tomorrow cemented their status as occult hip-hop trailblazers in 2015 when Rolling Stone added them to their ’10 New Artists You Need To Know’ list after releasing their dynamic debut single, â€œJay Z.â€ On October 14th, the enigmatic artist will return to the international stage with â€œ04 Money Like That Could Change Life (2019 Freestyle).â€
The song addresses their perception of black excellence, with Goodbye Tomorrow delivering shrewd rhymes about African Americanâ€™s reclaiming their inherent greatness.
“Yeah, I’m mad as fuck,â€ says the Chicago-based artist, whoâ€™s redefined conventional hip-hop standards since releasing their debut project, Goodbye Tomorrow: A Journey Through the Mind of a Non Believer. â€œA few months ago, Black people were finally voicing our collective anguish, our exhaustion, and our readiness to overcome all the obstacles that have been thrown in our path. But within a couple of weeks, our movement was hijacked by brands and “allies” who had never uttered a single syllable in support of us.â€