Goodbye Tomorrow – “eXplosions”

blame it on Patrick Glynn November 24, 2015

We don’t know much about duo/trio/group Goodbye Tomorrow, but we do know one of the act’s main goals is youth empowerment. From their A Journey Through The Mind Of A Non Believer project to the revenge-filled video for “The Way,” the artists have shared their beliefs in an explosive and modern way, and that continues with desperation on “eXplosions.”

With a sense of urgency, Goodbye Tomorrow analyzes the need to reach the top of the food chain. The rapper says that essentially everyone should be your enemy, and that he’s been ready to make money since he started rapping. The group said the song is an extension of one of their previous tunes, “2 MANY.” On the song, the group said they went for the “fuck you, your perspective is irrelevant, you’ll never take me out my element” feel, and their new song “is that attitude but refined. It’s less outward and more inward, more about immediacy. Still mad as fuck but more audacious.”

Listen to “eXplosions” below.