Goodbye Tomorrow f/ Lucki “Keep That”
gods and kings made up titles to take your power / take your power back from them / count on this, this facelessness is the face of the rebellion
Goodbye Tomorrow is back and back with a fury for Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp — the first, independent project release and EP set to arrive in full within a month on June 17th. Until then, you guys have a new heater up above in the form of “Keep That” with the help of fellow Chicago artist, Lucki (formerly known as Lucki Eck$.)
It’s GT who sets it off over a raw, upbeat production (by Mr. Music & Save Money’s BluntBlazerD). There are too many quotables to scribe that it’s just best to follow along and catch the mentality on the first listen. That experience is just one to be had. The delivery is, as always, clear and direct as he messes with a choppy new flow that really works in cohesion with the beat.
Lucki follows up to conclude the record that doesn’t have the traditional structure you may expect. His efforts, voice, and delivery are just different in a good way in contrast to GT. It’s hard not to feel hyped throughout this one as it rides to a crafty, subtle ending in the beat. Get in tune, with more gems to come between now and 06.17.
These Adidas so fly they ask "Why?" 3 times.
— they don't know (@SeanTheRobot) May 20, 2016
^ Ok, ONE of my favorite quotables.
— bouvyworld (@bouvyworld) May 20, 2016
— Flow Clark (@FlowClark) May 20, 2016
— lodent (@LodentMusic) May 20, 2016
— J▲l▲l S▲l▲▲m (@OLDSOULSALAAM) May 20, 2016
(There’s more like this on the GT Twitter… one more GIF below.)