Monday, June 22, 2015

Who Is Goodbye Tomorrow?

Goodbye Tomorrow — mysterious MC/group?

Who Is Goodbye Tomorrow?

Or should we ask, "Who are Goodbye Tomorrow?" The same queries recently surrounded a sultry R&B enigma from up north...now prevalently known to the masses as, "TheWeeknd."

Enter: Goodbye Tomorrow, who is a solo artist or are a group of artists — whose identity(s) has yet to be determined by the music industry. Not since TheWeeknd has there been so much intrigue in an artist(s)...their identity(s) at this very moment in time, is currently shrouded in mystery.

Not much is known about Goodbye Tomorrow 'cept for the fact they're from Chicago,
s
ound like The Clipse w/ Linkin Park production, and have a pretty cool
retro-looking 
website: www.GoodbyeTomorrow.com

Although this is not the first-time a rap act's identity has yet to be revealed, take MF DOOM for instance. Originally Zev Love X from the 90s Hip-Hop group KMD; an offshoot of Def Jam's 3rd Bass during the Golden Era of Rap, he used masks to obscure his identity and has taken numerous pseudonyms throughout his mysterious career. Aside from DOOM, there's Mushroomhead/Slipknot in the metal genre and then there's also Daft Punk/Deadmua5 in the electronic music genre.

Today, there is no bigger buzz than Goodbye Tomorrow — releasing two acclaimed singles-in-a-row and baiting to the world, "Who are these guys?" and when will their identities be unveiled? We're assuming it's a collective group of musicians...only time will tell. — KONG | theKONGBLOG

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Goodbye Tomorrow - "JAY Z" (Official Music Video)

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Goodbye Tomorrow

Sounds Like: Low-end bass rumble infiltrated by dagger-sharp, aggro wordplay

For Fans of: Kanye West, Childish Gambino, Drake

Why You Should Pay Attention: It's only a matter of time before we're rewarded with the identity of this Chicago rapper and his collaborative cohorts. For now, Goodbye Tomorrow remains a mystery. "If we focus on the core content, the arc of everything, you get the truth," says the philosophical rapper. "That's all I'm trying to do." Signed to Rostrum Records (who discovered Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller), the Windy City collective, principally comprised of the rapper and one key producer ("I hate when people say movement but that's the only way I can describe it," the rapper says), have released two tracks to date: "100K" and the the electro-tinged, trunk-rattling "Jay Z," the latter coming complete with a trippy video that's already racked up over 100,000 views on YouTube.



Goodbye Tomorrow - "100K" (Official Audio)


They always say time changes things, but you have to change them yourself. Forget the ideologies and definitions that separate us, and embrace the dreams that bring us together. Right now, right now. Goodbye Tomorrow Be Everyone.

They Say: "It's exciting to me to see people fuck with us just off these two songs," the rapper says."'Jay Z' and '100K,' that's a very, very small percentage of the overall picture. The tip of the iceberg. There is so much different stuff that hasn't even been showcased yet. We're just trying to do some cool shit every day."

Hear for Yourself: The rapper spits over pummeling bass on breakout single, "Jay Z." — Dan Hyman | Rollingstone

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