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Tomorrow Never Comes

Ridge Long

A hip-hop track with heartfelt encouragement.

Maryland-based musical creative, Ridge Long, is an unsigned recording artist who crafts stunning tunes. With a focus on making relatable and ultra-catchy songs, Long combines captivating lyricism with ear-pleasing flows and hooks. Still, things haven’t always been easy for him. Growing up with his father in and out of prison, the artist would later experience juvenile detention and addiction issues. However, Long is now using his past mistakes to make inspirational music and help others avoid his struggles. As a result, he’s become an inspiration for those going through similar things. Long’s work is available on Spotify, YouTube, and SoundCloud. Ridge Long’s newest song, “Tomorrow Never Comes,” is one of ten tracks featured on his album When To Say When. The song also has an official music video.

“Tomorrow Never Comes” is sad, lonely, and yet angry at the same time. Lyrics like “Won’t let drugs control my mind cause’ people dying’ where I’m from” and “Think that you headed for diamonds and rings, shackles and cuffs are the jewelry you see” ponder on past mistakes. At the same time, they encourage us to start moving on to something better. This artist does not want people to suffer for too long. With its commanding presence, this hit takes us on a heartfelt journey. It feels refreshingly authentic and wonderfully hopeful. So, press play on Ridge Long and get motivated to rise above negative experiences with “Tomorrow Never Comes.”

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