Tomorrow

Album: Yet to Be Titled (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • The lead single from Ca$h Out's sophomore album was inspired by being dropped by Epic Records after his debut release and the rapper's determination it won't hold him back in his music career. "I look at my new single 'Tomorrow' as going into another room [and] stepping into a brighter light," Ca$h told Billboard magazine. "Every year it felt like I was getting closer to where I'm at now, even if I had to take a step back 'cause of a minor setback."

    "I knew I would get to this point even when they didn't believe [in my] independent label BLR (Bases Loaded Records). You can keep going through the one-hit wonder stories, but single after single, I stay on the charts and never let anybody tell me I can't," he continued. "When nobody trusted my vision, I trusted my vision and now I'm headed for greatness."

    "I wonder why I don't go to bed and go to sleep, Ca$h Out added. "But then it would be 'Tomorrow' so I decided that no matter how tired [or] how incoherent I am, I can skip an hour more of sleep and live."

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