This is the title track of Miami-born, Jamaican-bred reggae fusion singer Sean Kingston. The song features American rapper Soulja Boy.
Kingston told The Jamaican Observer that the Tomorrow album is a reflection of his growth as a young man and evolution as an artiste since his debut set. He added that the life experiences gained since he's become a successful artist have been invaluable and have greatly influenced him. This song reflects that sentiment.
CNN asked Kingston why he titled the album, Tomorrow. He replied: "Because I feel like it's so futuristic. I felt like my last album was yesterday. Nobody's going to be able to expect what Sean Kingston is bringing on this new album."
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