Goodbye Tomorrow – “Keep That” f. Lucki

blame it on JES7 May 21, 2016

The cryptic nature of Chicago’s continues to further advance interest in the “clandestine team of futurologists.”

After popping up on the scene with the hit singles “JAY Z” and “100k,” which, combined, have racked up over 2 million plays between YouTube and Spotify, the Chicago outfit unleashed their A Journey Through the Mind of a Non-Believer album in 2015 — a 12-track project which delved into everything from social issues, the economy, materialism, poverty and the plight of the Black Man in America.

Now, the group is looking to launch their second body of work. On June 17, Goodbye Tomorrow will deliver the Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp EP, their first independent release following on the back of their debut.

To give you a small taste of what to expect, Goodbye Tomorrow premiere “Keep That” featuring fellow Chicagoan and purveyor of the alternative rap genre Lucki (formerly known as Lucki Eck$).