On “After Tomorrow,” Orlando artist Kim contemplates what the future holds for him, to be a leader or follower, chase dreams or settle for less, while sharing a harsh story in the third verse reflecting on a dispute between his parents. “After Tomorrow” adds to the versatile repertoire that Kim’s previously displayed with the R&B-leaning “Let Me Pray” and the more aggressive rap track “Block 4,” which found him going bar-for-bar with Baltimore emcee King Los.
Last year, Kim drew praises from both T.I. and Trae Tha Truth with his heartfelt video single “Ali.” which paid homage to the boxing great while also honoring the Orlando nightclub shooting victims. “After Tomorrow” is the final single leading into Kim’s Seeking Forever EP, which is set to release February 9th.