Kings of Tomorrow is one of the many pseudonyms used by house music artist Sandy Rivera. Born in New York’s Spanish Harlem, he absorbed music from an early age and began producing original music in the early 90s. He started using the Kings of Tomorrow name, producing a number of collaborations with Jay “Sinister” Sealee throughout the decade. He became a superstar in the world of dance music with “Finally”, a 2000 track that that went top 20 on the US dance chart, and was a number 24 pop hit in the UK. The soulful track put him in the vanguard of house music artists, and centered the first Kings of Tomorrow album, It’s in the Lifestyle. “Finally” would become ubiquitous in dance music circles, appearing on several compilations, and repurposed and remixed by numerous other artists, with Rivera himself remixing that and several other tracks from the album. The next Kings of Tomorrow album, “Trouble”, came in 2005. Only one more single was issued over the next five years, but 2011 say Kings of Tomorrow releasing a pair of tracks with April, and Rivera would resurrect the name for a handful of tracks throughout the rest of the 2010s.